Savannah Jack is back for the 7th consecutive year on Saturday, September 10th at 7:30 PM, Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center, Midland, as a benefit concert for Homemaker-Home Health Aide Service of Beaver County, Inc. Lead vocalist, Don Gatlin formerly of Chippewa, and his bandmates promise another fast-paced show-stopper performance including a mix of classic rock, county and original music.
This past May, Gatlin was inducted into the Beaver Valley Musician’s Hall of Fame which attests to the fact that he is an extraordinary musician. After writing a new song, Don recently had the opportunity to sing with Charlie Pride. The band performs at a variety of venues across the country as well as being the featured entertainment on major cruise lines.
Savannah Jack’s new talent includes Jay Smith – fiddler; Tony Haan – guitarist, Kenny Ames – bass guitarist and Matt Crouse – long time Drummer. Together they create new energy in entertaining and pleasing their audiences. Concert tickets are $25.00 per person, all seats reserved. A VIP reception from 6:00 to 7:00 PM at $25.00 per person offers catered food, beverages and an opportunity to meet the band.
Sherman Hostetter, Beaver County’s premier auctioneer, serves as the Honorary Chairman of the event. Hostetter sounds out his auction call during a pre-concert auction featuring items such as a Yamaha guitar, Colorado Rocky Mountain Condo for a week, Taste of Nashville basket and Pittsburgh sports tickets.
Proceeds benefit Homemaker-Home Health Aide Service, a local nonprofit organization serving more than 950 elderly and persons with disabilities by providing practical hands-on-help enabling individuals in need to remain in their own homes. Services include practical help with personal hygiene, housekeeping, caregiver relief and much more. The agency is celebrating 45 years of service in Beaver County.
Concert tickets are available at Lincoln Park, 724-576-4644 or online at lppacenter.org. VIP tickets are available at the Homemaker office, 724-774-4002.