Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Chucktown Music Group, Charliewood Pictures and the College of Charleston are pleased to announce their first joint venture to create “Live at The Charleston Music Hall” featuring a concert with hit singer/songwriter (and former C of C student) Edwin McCain and multiple Grammy-winner Sam Bush taking place on Saturday, March 30 at 8 p.m. at the historic Charleston Music Hall, home of the nation’s first passenger train station. The double headliner, one night concert, will be filmed as the debut episode of a forthcoming television series.
“We’re excited to have Edwin and Sam be a part of this and are hopeful that this pilot program, will be the springboard for additional shows at this amazing venue that showcases national talent combined with up and coming local and regional acts,” states Mark Bryan of Chucktown Music Group. “Enhancing the national visibility of the Hall, the College, and the incredibly vibrant scene here in the Holy City will be a bonus, too,” he adds.
Ear for Music and All-In Entertainment are joining forces to promote the event. General admission tickets for the concert are now on sale. The ticket price is $30 and tickets can be ordered via etix.com or by calling 800-514-3849. Tickets are also available at Monster’s Music & Movies.
“This is an exciting time in the Lowcountry and we believe that ‘Live at The Charleston Music Hall’ will bring additional attention to our beautiful city helping to build Charleston as a nationally respected music town while enhancing the local economy by uniting businesses, education and the City of Charleston,” states Denis Gallagher, Founder and CEO of Charliewood Pictures. “As a local film production company we embraced this partnership with Mark and his team at Chucktown Music Group along with the College of Charleston hoping that this collaboration can benefit the College’s Arts Management and Marketing programs giving their students some real-world experience while taking part in this show,” he adds.
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