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Robert Foster playing his new 12-string Martin guitar, a wedding present from his bride Peggy. The couple’s recent marriage was celebrated during Thursday night’s show, one of a continuing series held at the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Arts Center.

Hoch opens continuing series of shows

Posted on May 20, 2015 at 5:01 pm

“We had a good turn out last night and everyone had a lot of fun,” said co-host Ron Hackett about the open mic show at the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Arts Center on May 14. Co-host Taylor Hoch opened the show, playing three of her original Americana songs. She was followed by a duet consisting of George Hensley and newcomer to the open mic night, Daniel Wiseman. They played three of George’s

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  • See NYC with Carriage House

    Posted on May 19, 2015 at 5:00 pm


    The excitement of an evening in Times Square is just one of the things you will experience on the Carriage House Players to NYC bus trip this summer. There are 10 seats available on the bus. The cost for the trip is $1,125, which includes transportation and hotel accommodations. The price also includes breakfast each day, two dinners in New York, two Broadway shows, the 911 Memorial and Museum, a

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  • CHP to hold drama camps

    Posted on May 18, 2015 at 5:00 pm

    comedy, drama

    Carriage House Players will hold its Fourth Annual Drama Camp this summer. Drama Camp 1, for ages eight to 12, will be June 1-5 at the Lincoln County Museum from 9:30 a.m. until noon. The camp will focus on character building, stage presence, confidence building exercises, movement exercises, public speaking exercises, skit writings and productions and much more. Snacks will be provided. The cost of camp is $30. Drama Camp

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  • Contestants accepted for talent contest

    Posted on May 15, 2015 at 12:34 pm

    Darrell Glover (right) is pictured with number one hit singer/songwriter, Billy Dean. Dean is one of the entertainers helping with the Song & Talent Contest 2015, which the Glovers are hosting. Billy’s songs titled “Somewhere in My Broken Heart” and “Billy the Kid” are just a couple of his award-winning hits.

    Contestants are now being accepted for the Song & Talent Contest 2015. Kim’s World of Talent & the Jesus Christ Followers Club radio and TV shows are searching for talented people to promote on radio and TV. Many singers and songwriters are needed for record deals and staff songwriter’s jobs. Actors, models and dancers are needed for music videos, commercials magazine and program booklet ads, etc. People of all ages

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  • Backstage wins awards, plans 25th birthday party

    Posted on May 11, 2015 at 2:34 pm

    Backstage Performing Arts’ Mini Company earned honors during recent competitions. Team members are Allie Harrelson, Tessa Foster, Bailey Casey and Steven Jones. Choreographers for the BPA Company are Jordan Allen and Melvie Myrick, owner.

    Backstage Performing Arts recently attended three dance conventions presented by Dance Makers, Inc. in Nashville, Kids Artistic Revue in Birmingham, Ala., and Starpower Talent Competition in Murfreesboro. After practicing over the summer and each week in class, the students’ hard work and discipline paid off as they were recognized and received several awards at the competitions. Backstage Performing Arts Company included Senior, Junior and Mini groups. The Senior company members

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  • Shadow Valley Festival lineup announced

    Posted on May 7, 2015 at 11:09 am

    Singing Ambassadors

    The 20th Annual Shadow Valley Music Festival is set for July 2-4 at Shadow Valley, located at 54 Warden Road off the Shelbyville Highway. Tickets are $15 each at the door or $13 each in advance. Children ages 12 and under are admitted free. The Singing Ambassadors will appear each night. Jerry Edgil will serve as emcee. Other acts planned for the weekend are Jeff and Sheri Easter, Heaven’s Mountain

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  • Newcomer hits the stage for open mic night

    Posted on May 6, 2015 at 12:20 pm

    Elliot Hill, a newcomer to open mic night, played an alternative cover and two of his original alternative songs during Thursday’s event at the Arts Center.

    “Thanks to Robert Foster and Peggy Turner, two of our most faithful attendees of the weekly open mic night, the potluck food table that we have every week practically sagged under the weight of all the snacks,” said Taylor Hoch, co-host of open mic night. “Everyone who couldn’t make the show last night missed out on stuffed mushrooms, cheese and crackers, fresh fruit, candy, cake and all sorts of delicious

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