Boots, Beers & Happy New Year's #2: A Concert for Epilepsy NYE Event
Tuesday, December 31, 2013 at 8:00 PM - Wednesday, January 1, 2014 at 1:00 AM (EST)
Concerts for a Cause
Boots, Beers & Happy New Year's #2
Join us in an amazing night of music and merriment while ringing in 2014, and supporting Concerts for a Cause’s new Dogs for Kids Initiative. This innovative fundraising campaign provides grants for children who have applied for seizure response and seizure assistance dogs.
Dress Attire: Country Cocktail/Come as You Are
(jeans, boots, hats, black tie, all are welcome)
Doors at 8:00pm / Music starts at 9pm
Tickets include all drinks and heavy appetizers all night long
The 19th Street Band
The 19th Street Band is a Washington D.C. based group best known for their enthusiasm and ability to entertain any crowd! Whether you're young or maybe just young-at-heart, The 19th Street Band serves up an eclectic mix of both modern and classic tunes that is sure to please the masses!
With Special Guests
Singer-songwriter Scott McMillen is a country artist who recently returned to the DC area after multiple deployments to Afghanistan. He grew up in a musical family and learned to play the guitar by the age of eight, often performing alongside his father at small venues in West Virginia and Nashville. After more than twenty years of service in the military and in law enforcement, he emerged as an artist and writer in 2012.
Kenny Ray Horton
Kenny Ray Horton, born and raised in Rocky Comfort, MO., is the lead singer for the US Navy's premier Country and Bluegrass unit "Country Current". Still serving on active duty, Kenny Ray has been in the US Navy for more than 13 years. Prior to the Navy, he moved from his home in Missouri to Nashville, TN and became a staff writer and demo singer whose co-written song, “A Soldiers King” with John Barlow was sung by Kenny Rogers. It would later become an R.I.A.A. Certified Gold Record.
Concerts for a Cause is a not for profit, charitable organization formed under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Donations to Concerts for a Cause are tax-deductible as charitable contributions for U.S. federal income tax purposes. There are no donation limits or restrictions on contributions to Concerts for a Cause.
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