Coming Home: An Evening With Tony Arata and Friends

WHEN: Friday, October 16, 2015

WHERE: GSU Performing Arts Center

COST: $25/patron, $12/youth

Celebrate Georgia Southern University’s Homecoming weekend with Georgia native, Georgia Southern alumnus and songwriting master Tony Arata and his crew of talented friends: Pat Alger, J. Fred Knobloch, Grammy winner Mark D. Sanders and harmonica extraordinaire Kirk “Jelly Roll” Johnson.  The creative genius behind Garth Brooks’ mega-hit song “The Dance”, Tony Arata is a renowned Nashville songwriter and has written hits for numerous artists, including Trisha Yearwood, Reba McEntire, Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris and Lee Roy Parnell.  Arata has played to sold-out crowds at the Averitt Center for the Arts and the Tybee Post Theater, and each member of the group is a fixture at Nashville’s world-famous Bluebird Cafe.  Join this acclaimed musician and his comrades for an intimate “in-the-round” performance, and listen as they share the stories and inspirations behind the songs you know and love.

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Brought to you by:

Lovett Bennett, Jr., Attorney at Law, P.C.
21 Courtland St, Statesboro, GA 30458
(912) 764-3122

Dave Olson & University Imports
4327 Old Register Rd, Statesboro, GA 30458
(912) 681-7878

Lovett Bennet, Jr. and University Imports are proud sponsors of Georgia Southern’s Performing Arts Center.

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