House Blend Concert Series Event

Saturday November 4, 2017 at 7:30 pm

Sue E. Trotter Theater at The Arts Center

Tickets: $15 adult & $10 student

Born in the Black Box recognizes the young talent of our region and showcases several outstanding performers, all under 18 years of age, who have honed their musical chops in the Sue E. Trotter Black Box Theater at The Arts Center.

The evening will feature Diane’s Garage Band along with three talented solo performers. Emmy McKenzie is the fifteen-year-old front-woman for Dianne’s Garage Band, while Kyle Littleton, a sophomore at MCHS, plays lead guitar. Dianne’s Garage Band took their name when Kyle & Emmy were joined by Cord Jones on percussion. Alex Lauterbach, bass, is a recent addition. Solo performers include Maya Trippe, a thirteen year-old from Soddy Daisy, Ashley Clark, a senior at Meigs County High School, and Nathaniel Parsons, a relatively new young performer as his family moved to Cleveland from California this past summer.

The House Blend Concert Series gives stand–out local talent the opportunity to perform in a professional setting and allows the audience to experience an intimate concert in a world–class atmosphere.

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