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Tickets go on sale for Music at the Mill
Dec 06, 2012 4:30 pm
McClain Christian Academy will again welcome some of Nashville’s best recording artists and songwriters Feb. 2 to its fourth annual MCA’s Music at the Mill.
The event is an exclusive up-close-and-personal concert with a line-up of artists anticipated to entertain all.
This year’s line-up includes:
• The Oak Ridge Boys, who are Grammy, CMA, ACM and Dove Award winners and members of the Grand Ole Opry. Most notably, they are known for songs such as, “Elvira,” “Bobbie Sue,” “American Made,” “Dream On,” “Thank God for Kids” and “Fancy Free.”
• Michael W. Smith, who is a Grammy and Dove Award winner. Smith is best known for “Place in this World,” “I Will Be Here for You,” “Awesome God,” “You are Holy,” “Mighty to Save,” “Thy Word,” “Breathe” and his new album, “Glory.”
• Ricky Skaggs, who is a Grammy, CMA, ACM and Dove Award winner and Grand Ole Opry member. Skaggs is best known for “Country Boy,” “Highway 40 Blues,” “Crying My Heart Out Over You” and “Cajun Moon.
• Ray Stevens, who is a Grammy award winner. This comical musician is known best for “The Streak,” “Everything is Beautiful,” “Mississippi Squirrel Revival,” “Misty,” “Shriner’s Convention” and “Ahab the Arab.”
• Sal Gonzalez, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and critically acclaimed “Heroes” singer and songwriter.
• Deborah Allen, a Grammy-nominated recording artist and songwriter best known for “Baby I Lied” and “Amazing Graceland.”
The event will be at The Mill at 300 North Maple Street in Lebanon. Organizers said they expect a sell-out show as in previous years and announce tickets are on sale in time for holiday gift giving by calling 615-375-6227.
The venue offers four seating options. General admission seating in chairs only are available for $50. Reserved table seating tickets are $75 each while reserved table seating with dinner is $125. Platinum tickets are also available for $150 each and include reserved front-venue table seating, dinner and a meet and greet with the artists.
Proceeds from the benefit go to McClain Christian Academy in Lebanon.
“All our families, staff, and students have a close bond,” said headmaster Charles Poston. “This bond strengthens throughout the year due to our 98-percent student body participation in athletics and fine arts programs. McClain builds their students into confident, well-rounded individuals.”
For more information on McClain Christian Academy, call 615-444-2678 or visit mcclainchristian.org.