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Jerry And Lisa Queen To Headline Ebert Show

March 13, 2019
Wetzel Chronicle

Headlining the March 16 Ebert Brothers Family & Friends Show will be Jerry and Lisa Queen, from Coolville, Ohio.

Jerry and Lisa enjoy performing the classic sounds of country, oldies, and gospel music. They also incorporate comedy, along with their musical performances, so that the audience can enjoy a great variety of entertainment. Jerry and Lisa love to get the audience to interact with them and enjoy being a part of the event.

Jerry and Lisa have been part of the line-up at the Hank Williams Festival in Georgiana, Alabama. They have also opened up for artists such as Mark Wills, Aaron Tippins, Gene Watson, Mark Chestnut, Ronnie McDowell, and Sammy Kershaw, to name a few

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Jerry & Lisa Queen

Jerry and Lisa have also performed at the world-famous "Tootsie's Orchid Lounge," in Nashville, Tenn. They have performed on "Prime Time Country" with the talented host Gary Chapman.

Jerry and Lisa have played all over the United States, but they are most proud of their charity work throughout Ohio and West West Virginia. The duo work closely with the American Cancer Society, Lions Club, Relay for Life events, National Diabetes Foundation, and various local fundraisers, including events for the wounded servicemen and women from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.

Also appearing will be special guest Slim Lehart. He has entertained for more than three decades from the second-most famous stage in country music history, the Capitol Theatre in Wheeling, W.Va, as a member of the famous Jamboree USA.

Lehart has played at outdoor parks, fairs, festivals, and many other events. He's a seasoned entertainer and a "class act," according to the Eberts.

Also, Faye Marie Salsbury will be making her second appearance on the show. She is 14-years-old and "a beautiful young singer."

Salsbury hails from Sardis, Ohio.

Rhonda Mason will be making another appearance on the show, and the Eberts don't really consider her to be a guest anymore, as "She's become a regular."

Mason is from Moundsville, and is "a great singer and a wonderful person."

All of these folks will be appearing on the show as well as regulars Kevin Johnson, Wyatt Kidd, Ben Tharp, and Teresa Shreve.

One would be remiss in forgetting about the great "Country Classic Band," made up of Dana, Johnny, Ron, Alan, Gary, and Ray.

Get tickets for the show for $8, now at Witscheys. Or, tickets will be $10 the night of the show, at the Lincoln Theater on Main Street, New Martinsville.

 
 
 

 

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