Songwriter Lee Thomas Miller, a three time Grammy nominee and writer of seven #1 country hits, has joined the lineup for Saturday night’s Validity Concert Series event in Hohenwald at the Strand Theatre. Tickets for the event are $35 with all proceeds going to support the programs and services provided to child victims of sexual and/or severe physical abuse by Davis House Child Advocacy Center in their Hohenwald location. You may purchase tickets in advance online at www.davishousecac.org or by calling 931-796-0813. Tickets will also be available at the door on Saturday night at The Strand Theatre.
Lee Thomas Miller joins a stellar lineup for the event, which features headliner Redhead Express as well as Mike Webb, Amanda Rose, and other musical guests. Miller won Song of the Year at both the 2009 CMA and ACM awards for the top ten single “In Color” performed by Jamey Johnson. His list of #1 hits include “Perfect Storm” (recorded by Brad Paisley); “Southern Girl” (performed by Tim McGraw); “You’re Gonna Miss This” (recorded by Trace Adkins), “I’m Still A Guy” and “The World” (recorded by Brad Paisley), “I Just Wanna Be Mad” (recorded by Terri Clark); and “The Impossible” (recorded by Joe Nichols).
Validity Magazine is hosting the second annual Validity Concert Series, to be held on April 11, 2015 at 7 p.m. Davis House Child Advocacy Center will again be the beneficiary of the music event at the Strand Theatre in Hohenwald, Tennessee. The Oliver Companies, Jones Hometown Pharmacy, and Aerowave Networks are the presenting sponsors for event. Additional sponsors include CB&S Bank, Barber Oil, Duncan’s Hardware, Tommy L. & Joan Graham, Caledonia Financial, Bank of Lewis County, and Junkyard Dog Steakhouse.
“The Validity Concert Series celebrates the musical heritage of our area,” owner and publisher Becky Newbold stated, adding, “It also raises money for and brings awareness to local organizations who bless our communities. We are pleased to host this event on behalf of Davis House Child Advocacy Center.” One of the performers on the bill for Saturday night, Amanda Rose, a songwriter from Hohenwald, knows how important it is to support the work of Davis House Child Advocacy Center. “I am a survivor of child sexual abuse; not just a survivor, but a thriver, and I have the Davis House to thank for that,” she stated. “They are sensitive, sincere and dedicated, and I am honored to support them by sharing the gift that my creator blessed me with.”
To become a sponsor, please call Becky J. Newbold at 931-628-6039. Tickets are available at www.davishousecac.org/events or by calling 931-796-0813. Please note: Unclaimed Will Call tickets will be released 5 minutes before curtain.
To learn more about Davis House please visit www.davishousecac.org. To report known or suspected incidents of child abuse, please call 877-237-0004.