Country Dancehall music ‘Survivors’ perform at the Leo J. Welder Center

The Survivors: From left, Tony Booth, Darrell McCall and Curtis Potter.

The 5th Annual Charity Concert Series is bringing to Victoria performances by popular recording artists and songwriters.

On Thursday, September 12, the “survivors” of four decades of country dancehall music – Darrell McCall, Tony Booth and Curtis Potter – will perform together at the Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Victoria.

Concert tickets are $26 per person and are available by visiting the Welder Center Box Office or online at WelderCenter.org.
The series benefits Bluebonnet Youth Ranch, the Lions Club, Theatre Victoria and the Welder Center.

Claud Jacobs, a Bluebonnet Youth Ranch founder and one of the organizers for the series, says “We’re not only trying to raise money, but we are also trying to bring in good talent.The concert series brings to Victoria entertainers who will capture the Crossroads audience.”

Moe Bandy, who was brought to Victoria in April as a part of the series, was overwhelmingly greeted at the Welder Center by a sold-out house. In November, the series brings to Victoria songwriters Aaron Barker and Chris Wallin. Their hit songs have been recorded by George Strait, Montgomery Gentry, Trace Adkins, Kenny Chesney and Toby Keith.

For more information about the Annual Charity Concert Series, contact the Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts at (361) 573-3291 extension 3382 or email WelderCenter@VictoriaCollege.edu.

Published: Thursday, 22 August 2013
 

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