Holiday concert to benefit community

Four acclaimed singer-songwriters from Nashville — who collectively perform as Decembersongs — will return to the Tri-Cities to perform on Dec. 13 at Seven Steps Up Event Center, 116 S. Jackson St. in Spring Lake.
Tribune Staff
Nov 30, 2013

The concert will be a unique performance of original holiday music with a philanthropic twist, as 100 percent of the ticket revenue will be donated to Greater Ottawa County United Way.

The original acoustic Christmas music written and performed by Decembersongs will set the tone for the holiday season in the Tri-Cities.  The four artists — Amy Speace, Rod Picott and Doug and Telisha Williams — write and perform separately and with other artists for most of the year. 

In late fall and early winter, they come together to tour the country performing their original Christmas music. 

Tickets are $30 and can be purchased at pindropconcerts.com or by calling 616-678-3618.

The evening begins with a social hour from 7-8 with complimentary sweet and savory treats prepared and served by Ellen Vonesh of Consider It Done/Desserts by Design of Grand Haven. At 8 p.m. Decembersongs will take the stage.

 

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