24 July 2014 South Bend, Indiana --- The new group Everybody Has A Story (EHAS) has been invited to perform in the Seitz & Sounds Showcase at Seitz Park on the St. Joseph River in downtown South Bend on Thursday July 31st from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Several acts from the upcoming concert scheduled for September 20th will be entertaining the public at the free event on July 31st. Performing will be singer-guitarist Curtis Lord, along with South Bend favorites Judy Berg and Uncle John Potthast, and introducing the Everybody Has A Story house band, The River, a trio featuring C.J. Eggbeer and Scott Caviness on guitars, and Rick Rembold on percussion. Come relax by the rushing water in the cool of the evening, and enjoy some sweet summer music in the troubadour tradition.
The public is invited to get to know the players and learn all about the new community group, Everybody Has A Story, an all-volunteer organization formed this year. The EHAS mission is establishing an annual concert of music and variety in celebration of the South Bend community, with all proceeds to benefit local charity. This year, that beneficiary is The 360 Project, a group that pairs at-risk kids and less-than-adoptable shelter dogs. Learn more about the September 20th concert, buy customized merchandise, and order tickets at www.ehassb.com.