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Hometown show! Can't wait to see you there!
21 to enter. All Proceeds go to Make A Wish Foundation
George Shingleton will be performing with the full band from Nashville at the Tygart Lake Golf Course 21 & over, Tickets are available 1st come basis for $15 each in advance $20.00 night of show TICKETS ARE LIMITED, Don't get shut out.. Get your tickets in advance at the Golf Course or call 304 265 3100. There will be a Champagne Toast at Midnight & Finger Foods Contact Golf Course for ALL information. Doors open at 7:30pm/Show starts at 9pm
Full Band show contact The Building for more details
Sounds Like: George Shingleton Music, Allman Brothers Band, Travis Tritt, Waylon Jennings, Jamey Johnson
Label: Coming soon...
Manager: Hallmark Direction Company / John Dorris Sr.
Bio: George Shingleton is an American Country music singer & recording artist residing in Nashville, TN. He was born and raised in the hills of Taylor County, WV. and began singing and playing in the church choir by age FOUR! George is THE REAL DEAL... Period. As he was growing up, his passi...See Full Bio
“RECORDING ARTIST GEORGE SHINGLETON IS DOING COUNTRY MUSIC “PROUD”. A premiere performance of Country recording artist and HTGG supporter George Shingleton's new song and single "PROUD" took place at the Kidde Fire Safety sponsored, “Be A Hero, Save A Hero” themed, AT&T U-Verse Fan Fair X stage on Friday, June 7 at CMAFest in Nashville, TN. “PROUD” was written in response to the April fire in West, Texas that killed 12 firefighters. Shingleton dedicated the song to the West and Houston firefighters recently killed and injured and the millions who risk their lives every day. For each person who downloads the song or takes and Shares The Pledge from http://www.alarmpledge.com or http://www.helpthegoodguys.com, Kidde will donate up to $10,000 each to NFFF (The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation) and HTGG (Help The Good Guys.com), organizations dedicated to helping the families of injured and fallen firefighters. Way to go Mr. Shingleton! “Be A Hero, Save A Hero””