Northeast Alabama Community College held its annual summer event, Music on the Mountain, in the Tom Bevill Lyceum recently. A record crowd attended the event.
The show began with guests enjoying music from local performer Preston Watts. Watts performed songs by Jason Isbell, The Eagles and Elton John, along with original songs he had written.
After intermission, guests returned to their seats to enjoy music by Shenandoah who is on their 30th Anniversary Tour. They performed hit songs like “Two Dozen Roses”, “Mama Knows” and “I Wanna Be Loved Like That”, along with gospel and new songs that will be featured on their new album.
“This was the largest crowd that we have ever had at this event,” said Chasley Bellomy, Event Planner at Northeast. “We are so thankful for the support of our communities. I am also thankful for the campus’ support--our maintenance staff, campus police, Presidential Hosts, Finance Department, Marketing, and our President Dr. David Campbell. It takes all of us! Everyone worked so well together to make this event happen for the community.”
Plans are in the works for Music on the Mountain 2018, so please stay tuned for an announcement.
"We have a great musical heritage in our area," stated NACC President Dr. David Campbell. "0ur Music on the Mountain concert is something we do to continue that heritage and to provide enjoyment to people in our area. Ms. Bellomy does a great job putting MOTM together for us."
For more information about Music on the Mountain, contact Bellomy at 256-638-4418 or 256-228-6001, ext. 2248, or by email at email@example.com.
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