Gospel Music Night With Neshawn Calloway Is Oct. 3

Thursday, September 12, 2013
Neshawn Calloway
Neshawn Calloway

Gospel Music Night with Neshawn Calloway will be held at the Mountain Arts Community Center on Thursday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m. 

Review for Neshawn Calloway:

Ms. Calloway is best known for performing classics in jazz and blues, but her gospel songs are equally as beautiful and moving, touching the hearts of the audience. She has had two previous concerts at the MACC. This performance is sure to please everyone who enjoys good gospel music.

The concert is part of the new concert series, MUSIC at the MACC, and is a free event. 

The Mountain Arts Community Center is at 809 Kentucky St., Signal Mountain.  For more information call the MACC at 886-1959. The MACC is handicapped accessible.


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