EXILE - Live in Concert in Corbin

EXILE - Live in Concert in Corbin

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Vicco, KY

#1 Sep 23, 2011
EXILE LIVE IN CONCERT! Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011. 2 shows at 6:00 P.M. and 9:00 P.M., at the Corbin High School Auditorium (located behind the Root Beer Stand). Tickets are:
$20.00 each ticket for regular seating/concert only, or
$75.00 per ticket which includes meal, concert and meet the band.
4 Different groups will be playing:
Daltons (Bluegrass band will play approximately 25 minutes)
EMK (will play for approximately 25 minutes)
Buddy Jewell & The Sweet Southern Comfort (approx. 35 minutes)
Exile 45 minutes to 1 hour.
More information about obtaining tickets will be posted as it becomes available. COME OUT FOR A GREAT NIGHT OF ENTERTAINMENT!!
Ms Sarcasml

Tomball, TX

#2 Sep 23, 2011
Finally, some culture comes to town...lol
This will change the face of Corbin and the Tri-Counties- a truly monumental event.
Old hand

Cynthiana, KY

#3 Sep 23, 2011
Don't forget that the concert is a benefit for St. Jude Research Hospital for Children. A good time that does good for children in need.
Moe

United States

#4 Sep 23, 2011
Old hand wrote:
Don't forget that the concert is a benefit for St. Jude Research Hospital for Children. A good time that does good for children in need.
That is one OUTSTANDING ORGANIZATION!God bless St.Jude!
twinkle

Hodgenville, KY

#5 Sep 23, 2011
They have some good oldies. Wonderful choice for such a wonderful cause.
Ticket info

Charlotte, NC

#7 Sep 26, 2011
Tickets for this event are on sale at Audio One Radio Shack in Somerset, Weatherly Law Office in London and online via paypal at www.lakecumberlandbookingandpromotions.com Tickets will be available at the door is there are any left.
There are two shows. The first show is at 6pm and the second is at 9pm. This is a huge concert event for this area; where can you see four great artists for $20. There is also a $75 Artist Circle that includes a buffet from Bubby's BBQ and a reception with the artists. Plus this concert is to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Many families in this area themselves or know others that have had been touched by St. Jude. If you have healthy children, hug them and kiss them and thank God for them. Then donate to St. Jude to help those who may have to say goodbye to theirs forever.
Supporter

Charlotte, NC

#8 Sep 26, 2011
Ms Sarcasml wrote:
Finally, some culture comes to town...lol
This will change the face of Corbin and the Tri-Counties- a truly monumental event.
This will be the concert event of the year! Let's fill these seats and help kids in need!
twinkle

Hodgenville, KY

#9 Sep 26, 2011
If more people would take the time to see it your way then they'd all be filled:) Some people are selfish or not willing to sacrifice the time to do such.
Big Concert

Greenbrier, AR

#10 Sep 26, 2011
twinkle wrote:
If more people would take the time to see it your way then they'd all be filled:) Some people are selfish or not willing to sacrifice the time to do such.
We all have the same 24 hours. It is all about choices. The best part about this is you get a great concert with four very caring artists that support St. Jude! That is why they were chosen for this event. With Exile or Buddy Jewell alone the seats should sell out. With the two together the shows should have been sold out.
St Jude Supporter

Tomball, TX

#11 Sep 26, 2011
Been a music(real music, not today's sh*t) conisseur since the 60's. Never heard of the Dalton's, EMK, or Buddy Jewel. Exile formed in Richmond nearly 50 years ago. Old rockers are one of the saddest things in life.

Buddy's Barbeque... No thank you!!!

St Jude is great ! I will send them a nice donation.
Big Concert

Greenbrier, AR

#12 Sep 26, 2011
St Jude Supporter wrote:
Been a music(real music, not today's sh*t) conisseur since the 60's. Never heard of the Dalton's, EMK, or Buddy Jewel. Exile formed in Richmond nearly 50 years ago. Old rockers are one of the saddest things in life.
Buddy's Barbeque... No thank you!!!
St Jude is great ! I will send them a nice donation.
My sympathies that you are culturally deprived. You may actually hear some good music. Why would you say hateful comments to keep people from turning out for a good cause. If you honestly think "St. Jude is great!" why would you make comments that would try to hurt fundraising for them-especially if it could potentially send them several thousand dollars toward saving a life, maybe your grandchild? But, go ahead and send your $20. Every bit helps. Lastly, please make your comments factual. It give you more credibility. It is Bubby's BBQ, not "Buddy's".
St Jude Supporter

Tomball, TX

#13 Sep 26, 2011
^^^^

Bubby's... Been there, done that. Not good. But some of you folk may enjoy it.

Also, if you think those bands are the personification of culture, you are definitely a native hillbilly.

Finally, I'm donating $250, not $20.
Culture King

Flemingsburg, KY

#14 Sep 26, 2011
Big Concert wrote:
<quoted text>
My sympathies that you are culturally deprived. You may actually hear some good music. Why would you say hateful comments to keep people from turning out for a good cause. If you honestly think "St. Jude is great!" why would you make comments that would try to hurt fundraising for them-especially if it could potentially send them several thousand dollars toward saving a life, maybe your grandchild? But, go ahead and send your $20. Every bit helps. Lastly, please make your comments factual. It give you more credibility. It is Bubby's BBQ, not "Buddy's".
Thanks for clearing that up for everyone! It is one of life's great mysteries why this one isn't sold out. Clearly, if folks would only wake up, they'd realize that THIS SHOW has the potential to change the course of history as we know it!!! BTW: God Bless St. Jude. I've been a longtime supporter!
Big Concert

Harrison, AR

#15 Sep 26, 2011
St Jude Supporter wrote:
^^^^
Bubby's... Been there, done that. Not good. But some of you folk may enjoy it.
Also, if you think those bands are the personification of culture, you are definitely a native hillbilly.
Finally, I'm donating $250, not $20.
These are artists who are making a difference. They believe in St. Jude. The fact that they care about others for a cause such as this-they should be commended. Too many today only care about themselves. It really doesn't matter to me whether you think they are the personification of culture or not. It is clear no one makes you happy, new or old. You want to complain, find another forum to vent. This one is for the kids. Lastly, encourage your friends to match or beat you. Put your energy into something positive.
Excited Fan

Manchester, KY

#16 Sep 28, 2011
I just heard about this concert and had to get tickets ASAP! I just got 2 tickets to the concert and getting several more. I love the band Exile and I love the idea of all of these bands doing this to help St. Jude. I have much respect for these bands for doing such a good thing for a good cause like this.

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