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Ebert Brothers To Perform Nov. 18

By Staff | Nov 16, 2017

Jackie George

It will be another star-studded Ebert Brothers show on Saturday, Nov. 18 when the Ebert Brothers celebrate Veterans Day and Thanksgiving, all in one show. The festivities will begin at 7 p.m. at the Lincoln Theater, located on Main Street in New Martinsville.

Headlining the show is Moundsville-area duo, Markus and James.

The duo will be marking their first appearance on the show. They have been performing together since 1995 in various musical groups, including their duo.

Markus and James sing classic pieces by James Taylor, and the Eagles, as well as present-day hits. Markus and James are great entertainers!

Also appearing will be special guests – Donnie Forrester, Rhonda Mason, Jackie George, and Whitney Justice.

Markus and James

Jackie George will be making her first appearance on the show.

George is a mother of two, and is a music teacher at Marshall County Schools. She lives in Glen Dale.

Rhonda Mason is also a wonderful singer, hailing from Moundsville. She has appeared on the Ebert Brothers Show before. She has released her first CD this November, and she has been a church pianist for 33 years.

Mason is an elementary school teacher for Marshall County Schools and is a wonderful person.

Special guest Donnie Forrester is from Middlebourne and is a great singer, as well as a great person, according to the Eberts.

Rhonda Mason

Whitney Justice comes to the show from Parkersburg and is a sweet singer, and part of the Ebert family.

The Ebert Brothers Show will also feature regular Ben Tharp, a great singer who “you can’t say enough good things about,” along with Theresa Shreve, a regular on the show for the past eight years. Shreve is a great singer, great person, and is “family.”

The event will also feature all the regulars – Dana, Johnny, Bob Dennis, Ron, Gary, Ray, and Pat.

The show will be complete with Pat Henderson, sound; Donna Earley, lighting; Danny Billiter, stage manager; Carmen Harman, emcee; and sponsor coordinator, Delbert Leasure.

Advance tickets are $8 at Witschey’s, or cost is $9 the evening of the event.