Starlight Pops Choir at Knox church in Parksville

Popular choir will return to Knox United in Parksville on June 24

The Starlight Pops Choir will be returning to Knox United Church in Parksville on Sunday, June 24.

Directed by Sue Doman, the choir will be presenting a roundup of classic country music. The public is invited to join the choir at for an afternoon of hits by late country artists such as Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Hank Williams and Elvis Presley.

There will also be great tunes by recent artists including Shania Twain, Travis Tritt, Carrie Underwood, and The Soggy Bottom Boys.

“There’s so much to enjoy in this concert,” admitted an enthusiastic Doman.

The choir’s director agreed country music fans will love the concert and even people who aren’t big country fans will be surprised at how much there is to enjoy.

“We’ve had tons of fun putting this concert together, and we know our audience will have fun too,” emphasized Doman, who added, “As usual, they may just find themselves singing along.”

The 80-voice choir is supported by a four-piece combo, and the concert includes special performances by small ensembles and soloists including a solo by Doman herself, an accomplished vocalist.

 

Tickets for the 2:30 p.m. concert are $20 and are available at the door (cash only).

 

 

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