EATON — The Preble County Historical Society (PCHS) announces the third event in its Summer Events Series. All events are held at the Society’s Amphitheater location at 7693 Swartsel Road, six miles southeast of Eaton off Ohio 122.
On Saturday, Aug. 15, PCHS welcomes Pure Grain Band and the Dallas Moore Band.
At 5 p.m. the gates open for the ticketed concert ($10 per person admission at the gate – cash only.) Pure Grain opens the concert at 7 p.m. followed by the Dallas Moore Band at about 8:30 p.m.
Come early and tour the PCHS historic buildings and Exhibit Hall and dine in the Carriage House Café (operated by Buckeye Jake’s). All are open at 5 p.m. along with the beer garden. Also open are the trails and nature areas on the grounds of the Historical Society.
Pure Grain features the eclectic vocal and guitar stylings of Scott Siefferman, the driving percussive force of Michelle D’Amico and Brian DeBruler, coupled with the funk aspects of bassist Tony Nasser, and rounded out by the soulful powerhouse vocals of Courtney D’Amico.
Dallas Moore’s Story: Dallas Moore is an American Outlaw/Honky-Tonk artist and award-winning songwriter of number one hits “Crazy Again” and “Blessed Be the Bad Ones.” Touring relentlessly with the Dallas Moore Band as well as regular solo acoustic appearances for the Last Honky Tonk Music Series and the Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival in Perdido Key, Florida, Dallas oore performs over 300 shows a year from coast to coast.
Dallas Moore music is featured regularly on Sirius/XM Satellite Rdio’s Outlaw Country Channel 60, CMT.com, Yallwire.com, and terrestrial radio in America, Canada, Europe, Australia, and Brazil. You’ll also find Moore profiled in the book “Outlaws Still At Large” by author Neil Alexander Hamilton.
The Dallas Moore Band is Dallas Moore, Chuck Morpugo, Reverend Bob Rutherford, Rocky Parnell, and Mike Owens.
Watch the web site for updates at www.preblecountyhistoricalsociety.com. Call 937-787-4256 for more information.
This event is sponsored by the following generous supporters:
Reid Hospital and Health Care Services is our sole diamond sponsor. Platinum sponsors included Henny Penny and Thumb Up Productions/The Worley Boys. Gold sponsors include LawnPlus, Otterbein Senior Life Style Choices/Skilled Nursing & Rehab Neighborhoods, Mike & Judy Raymond, and Rodney Cobb Chevrolet Buick GMC. Silver sponsors included Jones Complete Carpet Care, Michael Murphy Insurance, the Preble County Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Preble County Development Partnership, the Preble County Medical Center, Remagen, Dr. and Mrs. David F. Sikora, Somerville National Bank, Summit Chiropractic, TimkenSteel, and Wetzel Auto. Bronze sponsors included Eaton Hometown Furniture, Wm. Nelson & Janet L. Hardin, Craig Hewitt, DDS, Lowman Heating and Air, McDonalds, The Eaton Place Restaurant, Twin Valley Bank, and the West Alexandria Lions Club. Dragonfly sponsors include Bullen Tech, Jim Hildebolt, LCNB, Tom & Karen McQuiston, and Seth D. Schlotterbeck.