Ebert Brothers To Hold The Country Music Jamboree Oct. 19
The Ebert Brothers Family and Friends Show is coming up this Saturday, October 19, 2019 at the Lincoln Theater on Main Street, New Martinsville. This show, which they have titled the Country Music Jamboree, begins at 7 p.m.
Headlining the show will be The Country Addition featuring Chuck Lemasters, who is one of the finest guitarist in the valley as well as a great person. Also a part of this band is June Tonkovick, who is 89 years young, and a great keyboard player. Along with these two individuals will be Gary Ebert, Wyatt Kidd, Kevin Johnson, and Rhonda Mason, who is said to be a great singer.
Also appearing on the show will be special guests Donna Maxwell, Jack Kedrick, George Burdette, and Norman Rhodes.
Donna Maxwell, who is from Moundsville, W.V., has competed and won several singing competitions throughout the Ohio Valley. Donna reportedly loves to sing everything from Brittney Spears to Tammy Wynett, and does an amazing job.
Jack Kedrick is from Wheeling Island. He is an avid Kareoke singer all over the Valley. At age 79, Jack will be fulfilling a dream of his which is to sing on stage with a live band.
Norman Rhodes is from Glen Dale, W.V., where he resides with his wife Janet. He is a member and treasurer of the Glen Dale Volunteer Fire Department. He’s also actively involved at Washington Lands United Methodist Church. He’s been said to be a great singer and is the father of Rhonda Mason, who is a regular on the Ebert Brothers Show.
Also appearing is Teresa Shreve and the Country Classic Band, Dana, Johnny, Ron, Gary, Ray, Wyatt, and Kevin.
The Ebert Brothers Family and Friends Show acknowledges the following individuals for their work: Pat Henderson, who does Sound; Donna Early for lighting; Stage Manager Danny Billiter; Emcee Bill Henthorn; and Sponsor Coordinator Delbert Lasure.
Advance tickets for The Country Music Jamboree are available at Witschey’s for $9, or can be purchased for $10 at the door.