The ability of music will as soon as once more be used to assist increase funds for Meals on Wheels.
On Saturday, October 8, Greenville Avenue Park will host the ‘Coweta Blues Profit’, that includes numerous native musicians together with organizer Kris Youmans.
“I like utilizing music to help native organizations,” Youmans mentioned. “Everyone seems to be so glad to assist. I like how individuals in the neighborhood community and work collectively.
It began with Meals on Wheels of Coweta offering home-delivered meals, handyman companies, pet care help and common companionship to the aged and housebound.
Youmans mentioned she likes to boost consciousness for charities that do not get a lot consideration, and Meals on Wheels in Coweta is one in every of them.
In response, Youmans has created an annual native live performance that brings collectively a wide range of native expertise, all prepared and capable of play a selected style of music: the blues.
A number of teams contribute to the present annually and fundraising has turn out to be common amongst locals and guests.
Blues Plate Particular will happen at Greenville Avenue Park and start at 4 p.m. The present will embody performances from the Kris Youmans Band, Frankie’s Blues Mission, Leonard Washington, John Hensley Band and Mary Claire Martin.
The headliner for the occasion is Eric Culberson, Youmans youthful brother and frontman of one of many Southeast’s high blues bands.
“With native musician Doug Kees and Eric headlining the night, it is going to be a wonderful present,” mentioned Youmans. “I am enthusiastic about this present, it is all actually come collectively for the night and I do know it is going to be fantastic.”
Youmans mentioned the occasion wouldn’t be potential with out the assistance of Extra Music Basis for Children, PGRS Roofing, Bigham Masonic Lodge #53, Lubin An Regulation LLC and Serenity Therapeutic Arts.
For extra data, go to the occasion’s Fb web page at https://fb.me/e/4IuuUvklU .