Many Community Center to Host Independence Day Concert

Music lovers are in for a special treat on July 3 when the popular and talented Willie Stewart Family and Friends Band performs their patriotic music show in honor of Independence Day on July 4. 

Stewart and his family had rehearsed to play the 2020 Fourth of July show “God Bless America”  but the show had to be cancelled because of the COVID virus.

Now the “God Bless America’ show promises to be especially awesome this year because “We’ve had a year to plan and practice to make the show bigger and better”, said the patriarch and leader of the band Willie Stewart.

‘God Bless America’  music show will begin at 7 p.m, on Saturday, July 3, at the Many Community Center. Theater doors will open at 6 p.m. The show is totally free to everyone attending.  

Talented Willie Stewart, his wife Debbie, his son Bo Stewart, his grandson Kelly Stewart, along with Kelly’s talented wife Clancey from Mountain View, Arkansas, will be the headliners of the highly anticipated music show. They are all extremely talented musically and pass many hours planning, practicing and playing their own brand of music.

They  will be joined by some talented musical friends including Steve and Mark Birdwell from Marthaville.  Special guest John Brittain will also be an important member of the musical cast.

The show will be packed with patriotic music and will be a musical salute to the United States of America,” said Mary Brocato, chairperson of the Many Cultural District Advisory Committee.  

She continued, “It’s been a troubling and very difficult year, but God truly has blessed our country and brought us through the pandemic stronger than ever,.  Now that we’re getting back to normal, we wanted Willie and his family and friends to perform and give our thanks for getting through one of the most difficult years in the USA.”

NO MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED AND SOCIAL DISTANCING WILL NOT BE PRACTICED.


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