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Many former and founding members of Southern Rock’s biggest bands will perform together for the first time ever to help the Salvation Army restock local food pantry shelves across Southern West Virginia.
Key members of legendary southern rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd, Molly Hatchet and Blackfoot will appear side-by-side in concert at the Coalfield Jamboree Theatre in Logan, WV this Friday night June 7th at 7 p.m. Audience members who bring a non-perishable food item will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet the band members and have a commemorative photo taken with them.
The star-studded ensemble, collectively called the MONSTERS OF SOUTHERN ROCK, will feature guitarist and vocalist Mike Estes from Lynryd Skynrd, Blackfoot founding members Greg T. Walker (bass and vocals) and Charlie Hargrett (lead guitar and vocals), Jay Johnson (guitar and vocals), who has performed in both The Rossington Band and Blackfoot, and founding/former member Bruce Crump (drums) of Molly Hatchet. Estes and Johnson will be guests on this radio program.
The concert is sponsored in part by Southern West Virginia Health System, a company of Lincoln Primary Care, LLC, Gaylock’s Wrecker Service and Southern Amusements Company.
Tickets can also be purchased online at www.coalfieldjamboree.com or by calling (800) 965-9324. The Coalfield Jamboree box office will be also be open for walk up customers from noon-5pm June 3rd-June 6th, and noon-7pm June 7th. Advance tickets are $17.00 or $20.00 day of show. Fans can also purchase a limited number of “Gold Circle VIP Concert Experiences” for $50.00, which will include a seat in the first two rows, an on-stage photo with the band, and free admission to the official after-show party, which will be held at B.J.’s in Logan, WV.
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