Ebert Brothers Family And Friends Show To Be Held Feb. 1
The Ebert Brothers Family and Friends Show – to be held on Saturday, February 1, 2020 at 7 p.m. at the Lincoln Theater on Main Street, New Martinsville – is sure to be an hit with performance of several talented artists.
Headlining the show is Vila Jenkins. Performing professionally since her late teens, Jenkins’ early musical experience began at home, with strong roots in country music. She has performed on both Jamboree USA and Jamboree in the Hills. Over the years, she has been involved in numerous musical projects, enabling her to expand her style to incorporate influences from pop, rock, blues, and jazz. Vila truly enjoys performing, interpreting each song into her own upbeat style.
Special guests of the upcoming show were announced to be Cole Winland, Pete Lauderman, Chuck Lemasters, and George Burdett.
Cole, who is 27 years old, reportedly loves to play and sing country music, and has played music since he was five or six years old. Cole is originally from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and moved to the Ohio Valley when he was 16. He is currently living in Woodsfield, Ohio, where he manages a Napa Auto Parts Store. He also has three children. Cole conveyed that his biggest music influence were between Alan Jackson, Randy Travis, or George Jones. However, he said that if he had to choose, it would be his dad as he taught him everything.
Pete Lauderman, another special guest, was described as a great friend of the Ebert Brothers and a truly a great person. Pete currently resides in Paden City, and has reportedly been on the show before, and has does a great job of singing.
In addition to these performers, there will be all the regulars: Rhonda Mason, Teresa Shreve, Ben Tharp, and The Great Country Classic Band (Dana, Johnny, Ron, Alan, Gary, Kevin, Wyatt, and Ray).
Advance tickets can be purchased at Witschey’s for $9 or for $10 at the door. Doors will open at 6 p.m. on February 1, and the show will begin at 7 p.m.