Redhead Express Concert in High Point

Redhead Express, L to R:: Meghan (Bass), Kendra
(Guitar and Lead Singer), LaRae (Banjo), Alisa (Fiddle and Mandolin)
"Have you ever longed for the sound of music that is real, honest — that speaks to your soul? Without the glitz and glamour — just raw beauty with exquisite harmonies, thought-provoking lyrics, and melodies that take you away. Spend an evening in concert with the Redhead Express and you will be captivated by their sound, their realness, their passion and, most importantly, their heart. The four sister group has been touring from Alaska since 2007, performing over 2000 shows. They now reside in middle Tennessee, in the heart of America’s roots music. The music of the Redhead Express takes you back to your roots in a way that feels fresh and new.

Join the High Point Arts Council on Saturday, March 21, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Centennial Station Arts Center for a concert that you will not forget! "Thanks to Lucille Duncan, board member, I had the opportunity to hear the Redhead Express in concert at the historic Earle Theatre in Mt. Airy," shared Debbie Lumpkins, Executive Director of the Arts Council. "Their music is a blend of country, roots, spiritual and Americana ... you will leave the concert happy and singing!"

This concert is part of the Arts & Entertainment series at the Centennial Station Arts Center and includes a southern-styled dinner catered by Plain & Fancy. The menu will be as wholesome as the members of the band and will include meatloaf, chicken pot pie, squash casserole, mac-n-cheese, roasted potatoes, salad and, of course, apple pie for dessert!

Reservations are required and are $40 per person for dinner and the concert. For more information or to make a reservation, contact the High Point Arts Council at 336-889-2787. Tables of 8 may be reserved with festival seating for others. The Centennial Station Arts Center is located at 121 S. Centennial Station Arts Center in downtown High Point. Centennial Station is a historic landmark that served as a freight train depot in the 1930s and is now the home for the arts in High Point."

- A Press Release

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