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Concert series rounds out final performance of year

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By Holly Tabor

 The News-Enterprise

RADCLIFF — The third and final event of the Glen Rice Family and Friends Musical Concert Series takes the stage at 7 p.m. Friday at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School. “We have some outstanding talent coming to the PAC for the concert,” Rice said. “This will be our family homecoming, which will feature many of our own family members plus the Musical Concert Series Band.” The band includes the talents of Ron Benningfield, Wayne Sexton, Nathan Cassady, Andrea and Tony Tanaro and Camille Turner. Other featured performers at Friday’s concert will be Terry Wood of South Carolina and local artists Eddie Black, Brother Rodney Troutman and Terry Sandidge. The Future Stars Series once again will highlight up-and-coming performers at the concert event. “We are trying to offer new artists additional opportunities to showcase their talents,” Rice said. Friday’s lineup includes Tara Warren of LaRue County, Charles deRoche of Elizabethtown, Morgan Whittinghill of Goshen, Michael and Staci Morris of Buffalo and Kenzi Langley of Hodgenville. Like other concerts in the series, Friday’s event will feature a variety of music including country, gospel, original, oldies, Elvis, blues, jazz, contemporary Christian and bluegrass. “It’s our hope that our audiences truly have an enjoyable concert experience,” Rice said. A portion of the proceeds from the concert series go to various charities, including Relay for Life, Project Graduation, church mission trips and youth groups and others. Tickets to Friday’s performance can be purchased in Hardin County at Blakey Printing, the PAC ticket office, Lucy’s Furniture, ReMax/Ward Sales Team in Sonora, Roy's Furniture, South Central Bank on Ring Road, West Point Bank in Upton and Word of God Christian Bookstore. In LaRue County, tickets are available at Bank of Buffalo, Geneva’s Florest, Glenda’s Korner Kurl, Lincoln Museum and Rock and Rogers Service Center. For more information, call Rice at (270) 325-3256 or 528-4014, or go online to www.glenrice.com. You also may e-mail buffalorice@yahoo.com.