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FREE - America's Hometown Band Town and Gown Connection at Emens

Contributed by: Kristi Chambers
Published: Wednesday, 19 February 2014 10:00 AM
America's Hometown Band Town and Gown Connection
Celebrating 50 Years of Emens Performance!
Sunday, February 23 at 4:30 p.m.
at Emens College-Community Auditorium

Join America’s Hometown Band on Sunday, February 23, 2014 at 4:30 p.m. celebrating 50 years of performance at Emens Auditorium. With special guest performances by Keith O’Neal and the Destiny Christian Center Choir; Kevin Woodget and the Living Praise Singers; and singer/dancer Indiyah Balfour.

This is a special community concert featuring America's Hometown Bands, a community volunteer band, led by Roger McConnell, music director and their guests. The Band features a roster of BSU & East Central Indiana connected performers. This event is free and not ticketed. Call the Emens box office at (765) 285-1539 for more information.

Special guest performances by:

Keith O’Neal and the Destiny Christian Center Choir
Established in 2011, the Destiny Christian Center Choir performs a mix of contemporary Christian and gospel music. Pastor Keith O’Neal founded Destiny Christian Center International in 2006 with eight people that met in his living room.  Over the past eight years, the church has grown exponentially and now has a significant influence around the world through various mission efforts.

Kevin Woodget and the Living Praise Singers
The Living Praise Singers were established in 2000 as The Church of The Living God was in it’s beginning stages.  Living Praise is the musical arm and out-reach of The Church of The Living God. Living Praise has 5 recordings to their list of credits and have also performed in concerts as well as traveled throughout the country with their Pastor, Dr. Kevin D. Woodgett and they are respected throughout the music community for their original music styling’s.

Indiyah Balfour
11-year-old Indiyah Balfour has a voice that exceeds her years singing various genres including gospel. She is a student at Royerton Elementary School and often sings, dances and performs at her local church.
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