Jericho Brass Performs A Salute To America On Sunday

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

The DEO Clinic will present the Jericho Brass in concert on Sunday at 4 p.m.  The performance, A Salute to America, will be held at First Presbyterian Church, 101 S. Selvidge St., in Dalton.

The Jericho Brass, a traditional British-style brass band, has been providing brass music in Chattanooga and surrounding communities for 22 years.  An all-volunteer ensemble, Jericho Brass is made up of professional and college trained musicians from the tri-state area. The Jericho Brass will be performing a wide selection of patriotic favorites, marches, popular tunes, hymns and sacred selections. 

Participants of the Deep South (GA) Brass Band and two Ashland (KY) Brass Band Festivals, the Jericho Brass has also performed concerts in Memphis, TN, Abingdon, VA, Greenville, SC, Charleston, WV, Atlanta, GA and many venues in North Georgia and Alabama.  The Band has also made two concert tours to England, performing in Dubcross, Brighouse, Elland, Oxford, Bournemouth, London, Wigston, and Dublin, Ireland.    

More recently, the band is a 2010 winner of the “George Washington Medal” awarded by the Freedoms Foundation in Valley Forge, Pa. from a presentation in 2010 of an original patriotic composition “Defenders of Liberty” by band members, Dan Hanson, Skip Houck and Tracy Street.

Adult tickets are $12, students $8, and under 12 free. Advance tickets are recommended as seating is limited.  Advance tickets may be purchased at the Dalton Freight Depot Gift Shop,  Bigham Discount Music, the DEO Clinic and online at www.deoclinic.org

Sponsors for the event include First Presbyterian Church of Dalton; Bigham Discount Music; Sassy Goat Milk Soap; Wyse Decisions;  Hope 93.3 Radio, La Quinta, WDNN, and Jevin’s Ace Hardware.

For additional information email deoclinic@yahoo.com or call (706) 581-8025.



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