Sanctuary Sessions concert series to benefit Blue Ridge Public Radio

Press release from NewSong Music:

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Greetings Asheville friends –

I’d like to give you the heads up about a great upcoming music concert series, which benefits Blue Ridge Public Radio (BPR).

You may likely have already heard about it on the public radio airwaves. It’s called the ‘Sanctuary Sessions,’ and the three consecutive concerts occur each of the first three Saturday evenings this June – June 2, 9 and 16 – the first one being tomorrow night.

The venue is a truly magical one – the beautiful, historic and acoustically stunning sanctuary of downtown Asheville’s Central United Methodist Church (27 Church Street), which will be illuminated with beautiful imagery and projections by Asheville’s own visual and projection artist Jason Scott Furr.

The concerts each feature a pair of outstanding singer-songwriters from across North America …. they’re Grammy award nominees, international music competition award winners and talented recording artists, many with whom I’ve had the great pleasure of working.

You can listen to the artists on this Spotify playlist.

The first concert is tomorrow night (Saturday, June 2), and as with all shows, doors open at 7:00 PM with shows starting promptly at 7:30 PM.

Tickets are available online ($15.00) in advance, and you can also purchase tickets at the door for $20.00. And 100% of ticket sales benefit our own Blue Ridge Public Radio.

More info about the series and the artists right here on the BPR website.

This is an all ages show, so please feel free to bring your whole family.

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