Saturday, October 12, 2013
WEZL’s Evening With The Stars is even bigger this year, featuring performances from country artists Ronnie Dunn, Craig Morgan and Thompson Square on Monday, Dec. 2 at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center.
Evening With The Stars benefits the MUSC Children’s Hospital and is presented, in part, by Hagemeyer North America. One of the most talked about country music events of the year, guests can expect a magical night of music from National recording artists.
Tickets are on slae now. Details on how to purchase tickets can be found at www.WEZL.com, keyword: stars. One hundred percent of the proceeds go back to the true stars, the kids of the MUSC Children’s Hospital. Last year’s event raised more than $170,000 for the hospital.
The exclusive evening is filled with songs and stories from the artists who made them famous. The 2013 lineup, revealed by TJ Phillips and Ric Rush today on the WEZL Morning Show, features three of the biggest artists in country music.
Ronnie Dunn, half of what may have been the biggest duo in country music, has been part of 25 number one hits, while winning two Grammy Awards and 17 Country Music Association Awards. Since Brooks and Dunn went their separate ways, Dunn has released solo music, including the hit “Bleed Red” and his current single “Kiss You There.”
Craig Morgan has recorded 17 top 40 hits, including the number one smash hit, “That’s What I Love About Sundays.”
Thompson Square is the reigning CMA and ACM “Duo of the Year,” and earlier this year topped the charts with their second number one hit “If I Didn’t Have You.”
Evening with the Stars promises to be a very special evening for everyone who attends, and each guest walks away with the most unique musical experience. The event is in singer song-writer format, making for an intimate setting. This marks the seventh year for WEZL’s Evening with the Stars.
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