DUNCANSVILLE - Hicks Memorial United Methodist Church will present a concert featuring music performances by Jack & Lilly, Tyne and the Fastlyne, and the CrossRoads Praise Band.
The music event will be held at 5 p.m. June 14 at the church's pavilion, 1211 Third Ave. It is next to Donnelly's Antiques.
Event will be held rain or shine. Concert-goers should bring blankets and lawn chairs.
Tickets are $5 for adults and free for ages 12 and younger. Tickets can be purchased in advance or at the church the night of the event.
Food concessions will also be available for purchase.
Proceeds will benefit Relay For Life.
To purchase a ticket or for more information, call 695-8529, email hicksumc@verizon
.net, or visit www.hicksumc.org.
Jack & Lilly is a brother-sister duo. It is comprised of singer/guitarist Brennon John and singer/violinist Breanne Venios.
They perform at coffeehouses, bars, and festivals in Western Pennsylvania region.
Tyne of Tyne and the Fastlyne has more than 20 years of experience singing and playing banjo.
Tyne and the Fastlyne are like four bands in one: a banjo and mandolin lead bluegrass band, a progressive new-grass band, a Chicago blues band and an electric rock band all tempered with the same taste and style.
Band members include, Tyne Palazzi, banjo and vocals; Bill "Mighty, Mighty Wiggus" Wilgus, mandolin, guitar, vocals; John "JK" Kennedy, bass; and Kevin M. Lowe, special guest, drums.
CrossRoads Praise Band is a group of musicians that use contemporary worship music as a means of drawing others closer to God.
The name CrossRoads is derived from the theme "where worship and music intersect."
The group includes Melissa Cutshall, vocals; Brandon Stewart, bass; Gene Malone, synthesizer; Shaun Robison, drums; Ethan Cutshall, djembe; Dale Shaw, guitar and vocals; Tommy Virsack, sound; and Alan Anderson, guitar and vocals.