Ronnie Milsap headlines Patsy Cline Classic

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Country Music Hall of Famer and Grammy Award winning artist Ronnie Milsap is bringing his talents to Winchester tonight.

Milsap is the headliner for the 11th Annual Patsy Cline Classic at Handley High School’s Patsy Cline Theater.

The event is being held to benefit the Winchester Education Foundation and Winchester Public Schools.

The show starts at 8 pm and tickets are still available through Eventbrite.

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Barns of Rose Hill host a benefit concert in place of annual gala

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The Barns of Rose Hill will host a benefit concert Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. featuring the Caleb Nei Quartet.

Admission includes a drink ticket and special gift to support the Barns of Rose Hill.

According to the Barns of Rose Hill press release, this event will take place of their annual gala which was cancelled again this year.

There is also an online auction that will run through Oct. 15 at barnsofrosehill.org/online-auction-2021.

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News Maker Clarke Chambers on Homeless Vet benefit

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Southern Rock in Woodstock is a full day at Shenandoah County Fairgrounds Saturday.

The event benefits the Homeless Warriors Charity of Maryland.

There are limited number of tickets available at Virginia Southern Rock Woodstock.

We spoke with promoter Clarke Chambers about the event.

Clarke tells us not just about this incredible day and about the organization it benefits.

Here is Clarke’s interview.

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News Maker David Downs on a benefit for James

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The Virginia Beer Museum on Chester Street Front Royal will hold a benefit for well known local musician James Vaughn.

James had a health issue not long ago and regional musicians will honor him and gather to support him on Sunday Jun. 20 starting 1.

The hope is help offset some of the bills James will be facing.

We talked with David Downs about the event.

David explains how the benefit came about and the musicians that will be a part of the benefit.

David tells us how long the event will last and some of the surprises that will take place.

David and Scott also talk about the museum itself.

Here is David’s interview.

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