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Eberts’ April Show to Feature Top Talent, Special Guest

April 10, 2019
Wetzel Chronicle

The Ebert Brothers Family & Friends' show for April will bring some top-notch talent to the stage at the Lincoln Theater. The show will be April 13, doors to open at 6 p.m. Showtime is set for 7 p.m. Advance tickets are available now at Witscheys for $9. Cost at the door will be $10.

Headlining the show will be The Elsons, described by the Eberts as "without a doubt, the greatest gospel singing group in the valley."

"They have a great band also. You just can't say enough good things about the Elsons. They've appeared everywhere, all over the country. They are the nicest people you will ever meet."

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GEORGE BURDETTE

Also appearing on the show is Mindy Wilson, "a great singer and a great person."

"It's always great to have her on the show," noted the Ebert family.

Making her second appearance on the show is 14-year-old Fay Salsbury of Sardis, Ohio.

Don't let Faye's youthful age fool you. The Eberts stated she is quite the singer.

Rhonda Mason, of Moundsville, will appear on the show and is described as "a great performer."

Making his second appearance is Tyler Mason, who recently graduated from college. Tyler is described as "a great young man, and a great singer."

Don't forget the regular cast of the show - Ben Tharp, Teresa Shreve, Wyatt Kidd, Kevin Johnson, and the Country Classic Band - Chuck Lemasters, Johnny, Ron, Alan, Gary, and Ray. Sound by Pat Henderson, and lighting by Donna Early. Stage manager is Danny Billiter; emcee is Bill Henthorn, and sponsor coordinator is Delbert Lasure.

The Ebert Brothers Family & Friends' big spring show will also feature a very special guest, who comes to the show often. He has a special seat he likes in the front of the theater. His name is George Burdette! George lives in Moundsville and is 93-years-old. He is a World War II veteran who sings a patriotic song at each show, usually around 6:55 p.m. George doesn't ever need a microphone. The Eberts describe him as "just a great person!"

 
 
 

 

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