Traditional country fall festival concert upcoming Saturday

Staff Reports • Oct 14, 2016 at 1:30 PM

The Traditional Country Fall Festival Spectacular music show will be Saturday from noon until 7 p.m. at Smitty’s Bar and Grill on the Hill at 1960 Murfreesboro Road in Lebanon. 

The show will free and open to those 21 and older with off-street parking, a large dance floor and food and beverages available for purchase. 

“Once again this year, we are pleased to honor America’s military and veterans, supporting Col. Garry L. Thomas and his organization, Unknown Soldiers,” said organizer Ross Key. “Bringing to the public a wide variety of artists, songwriters and country music fans together for a gala fun-filled seven-hour show. We will offer – as with all our shows – non-stop music. Acoustic acts fill in during band breaks with some of the finest songwriters around the country.”

This year, the spotlight will be on the women of country music, which will feature some of the rising new talent in the traditional country music genre. 

“Donna Staten-Cunningham, and Lissa Hart are women who project the true sound of country music as we know it to be,” Key said. “Each of them performs with heart, coupled with powerful voices. This new segment of the show promises to be a special treat. We have a request sent to a legend in the field for this segment, and our sincere hope is that her schedule will permit her to come out and perform.”

The show will also feature a special guest. Allen Karl is a legend in the country music arena and is consistent in his shows of providing a true entertainer stage performance rivaled by none, Key said.

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