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31 Oct 14 Masters of Bluegrass Bring Songs of Hope and Inspiration to McKinney

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By Cyndy Moore Bluegrass music will fill the hearts and ears of the audience at cialis coupon 2015 the McKinney Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Nov. 1 from 6 – 9 p.m. as the Masters of Bluegrass return. This show will feature The Roys and Russell Moore and IIIrd Tyme Out. The Roys Award-winning siblings Lee and Elaine Roy have firmly established themselves as one of the pre-eminent acts in Bluegrass today. They bring cialis 5mg vs cialis 20mg immaculate harmonies, impeccable musicianship and strong songwriting to their music, combining a traditional vocal styling with progressive instrumentals to enchant fans around the world. Roys The Roys firmly believe in faith, family and country and that message comes through in all of their songs. Elaine said, “Our music is based on storytelling. We want our audiences to walk away with a heart filled with hope and inspiration. There is too much negative going around in the world. We need more of a positive environment. That’s what our songs bring.” Lee agrees. “We have had the pleasure of touring many countries: Australia, Canada, South America and in Europe. We discovered that music is truly a universal language. Of course, when we talk about America, everyone has to ask about Texas. Texas is well known around the world for the size, of course, but also for the music. People may not be able to speak English, but they can say ‘Texas.’” This tour, which brings them to McKinney on Nov.1 and Longview on Nov.2, focuses on their newly released album, The View. It’s fueled by the first single, “No More Lonely,” which is currently racing up the charts. But every song brings its own story to the listener – a story that can touch a special memory or moment in others’ lives. The Roys’ passion for music started with family gatherings and their grandmother’s love of the Acadian and Bluegrass sound. For more information, go best dose cialis to Russell Moore and IIIrd Tyme Out Appearing in McKinney brings Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out, along with their buy viagra and cialis online brand of first class Bluegrass, back to Moore’s home state of Texas. A native of Pasadena, he always looks forward to visiting his home state. “It will be a homecoming for me for sure, a chance to visit with my family and friends, and partake in a whole lot of great BBQ, Mexican food and Whataburger!”IIIrd_Tyme_Out_2014_EAF_21_edit-300x199 With more than 50 music industry awards, including IBMA’s most-awarded male vocalist ever, Russell Moore and IIIrd Tyme Out is one of Bluegrass music’s most recognized and in-demand bands in the genre’s

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history. For more information, go to Masters of Bluegrass is suitable for all ages. It is guaranteed to please both hardcore Bluegrass enthusiasts and those attending a Bluegrass concert for the first time. The Center

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is located in the Courthouse Theater, 111 N. Tennessee St., McKinney, TX 75069. Tickets are reserved seating, $25 per person. For more information, visit Presented by the Southwest Bluegrass Club, this project is funded in part by the City of McKinney through the McKinney Arts Commission, and by Staff Force, Inc.

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