An Evening With Curtis Lord and Friends 2016 to Feature South Bend Music Veterans, The Moonshine Cro
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October , 2016
The Moonshine Crooners donate their time and their performance to raise funds for Madison Primary Center’s Steam initiative.
South Bend, Indiana — The Moonshine Crooners will join Everybody Has A Story (www.ehassb.com) presents “An Evening With Curtis Lord” benefit concert at the Century Center’s Discovery Room on Saturday, Oct. 8, the organization announced today.
“We're proud to play on the Everybody Has A Story stage again for the third straight year,” said Jetta Cruse, singer and bass guitarist for The Crooners. The Moonshine Crooners feature Jake Carpenter: lead guitar & vocals, Scott Caviness: rhythm guitar & vocals, Rod Martin: drums & vocals, Wendy Martin: rhythm guitar & vocals and Jetta Cruse: bass & vocals.
Tickets for “An Evening With Curtis Lord are available for purchase at www.ehassb.com. Ticket prices range from $30.00 for a single seat to $250.00 for a table of ten. There are a limited number of tickets.
Sponsors of Everybody Has A Story’s, An Evening With Curtis Lord & Friends 2016 include Daman Products Company, The Tire Rack, Wings Etc, Kruggel and Lawton CPA’s, RPI Roofing Products International, Inc., WKTV, Wyoming, Michigan, Film Farm, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Sult Mine Creative Group, and Bendix Coffee. Everybody Has A Story welcomes the participation of the Michiana business community and offers corporate sponsorship opportunities. For more information, contact Shari Coleman-Herman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Everybody Has A Story's mission is to identify not-for-profits that are making a difference in the Michiana community. Everybody Has A Story board members CR Heckaman, Steve Sult and Shari Coleman Herman host the annual benefit concert to raise funds for support and raise awareness of organizations doing great work and to inspire the community. Since 2014, Everybody Has A Story, with the support of the artists who contribute their performances each year has raised money to support programs that will help the overall community thrive.
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