Four Nashville recording artists and an impressive group of sessions musicians will perform country, rock and blues in a July 14 concert at STAAR Theatre in Pulaski to benefit the restoration of historic Antoinette Hall 1868 Opera House.
“We are so honored that these generous performers volunteered to donate their time and talent to bring attention to the importance of live performances in Giles County and to kickoff fundraising for restoration of magnificent Antoinette Hall,” said Tammy Pierchoski, Executive Director of STAAR Theatre at Antoinette Hall.
Headlining the concert is multi-award-winning singer-songwriter Bob Randall. Other singer-songwriters who are celebrating the importance of restoring Antoinette Hall – Laura Lane, Brenda McCready and Danny Potter – will take the stage throughout the evening.
“A special treat will be the filming of a segment for a CMT-bound video for the new song, “I Ain’t Gettin’ Rich in Nashville,” Pierchoski said. “In addition there will be a full-audience live music video shot during the evening. Who knows? You may see yourself on TV!”
Joined by some of Nashville’s most sought-after musicians from the legendary A Team at Nashville’s Sony Studio, concertgoers will experience the sounds that blended rock with pop with blues with soul. Bobby Curlee will be on guitar, Matt McGee on bass, Ron Krasinki on drums and Pat Severs on steel guitar.
Concessions will be available during the show with BBQ plates and a soda for $6. Adult beverages will be offered for purchase.
Tickets for the show are $15. All proceeds go toward the restoration efforts of Antoinette Hall.“For those who want a first-hand look at where these donations will go, arrive by 6:30 p.m. to join a guided tour of Antoinette Hall to see the beautiful theatre you are helping to save,” Pierchoski said.
Buy tickets at AntoinetteHall.com, reserve by calling 931.363.7222 or stop by Pierchoski Estate Law during business hours 105 North First St., Pulaski, TN 38478.