Phil Vassar to Play Hometown Shows Benefiting Youth Home
Phil Vassar is planning a homecoming to help kids in need. The country singer/songwriter is hosting his fourth annual Phil Vassar Benefit Concert for Miller Home for Girls on April 4 and 5 in his hometown of Lynchburg, Virginia. The Miller Home is a safe place for young girls, ages four to 21, who are not able to live with their families. The organization provides housing and guidance for the youth, among other crucial services.
"Miller Home has been near and dear to my heart for many years, because they do so many great things to help young women," says Phil. "I can't wait to get home to play some music and support this wonderful organization."
The April 4 show is an exclusive acoustic event at Tresca, with tickets at $100 each. The April 5 show will be held at Phase 2, with tickets ranging from $32 to $60. All proceeds go to the Miller Home. Call 434-845-0241 for tickets.
Known for his energetic, spontaneous live shows, Phil has finally done what he has wanted to do for a long time: record a live album. 'The Hits Live on Broadway,' recorded during his 2011 New Year's Eve show in Nashville, was released via the singer's own label, Rodeowave Entertainment, late last year.
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