Arts Alive proudly presents Melinda Doolittle on Saturday, April 1. The performance will be held at the Robinson/Olsson Civic Auditorium and Fine Arts Center in West Point at 7:00 pm and is sponsored by C&F Bank.
MELINDA DOOLITTLE became a household name on season six of American Idol. According to Simon Cowell and audiences alike, Melinda is the "one who should have won." She carved out a niche in the Nashville music scene, singing background for musical legends such as Michael McDonald, Aretha Franklin, and Aaron Neville, before finishing third on the sixth season of American Idol.
In an evening filled with songs ranging from your favorite American Standards to Top 40 Hits, the Soul Songstress brings her indelible charm and powerhouse vocals to the stage in a show called It Must Be Love. Thrilling audiences of all ages, Doolittle reminds America why they voted for her, and proves that the audience always wins.
Individual tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors (65+), and $10 for students. Group rates are available at $15 each for groups of 10 or more. Tickets can be purchased on-line, at the door or by contacting Arts Alive at 804-843-3475 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information or to purchase tickets on-line, visit www.artsaliveinc.org.
Prior to the performance, view the Invitational Art Exhibit featuring Barbara Hartman, Joanne Limric and Anne Wilcox. Presented by the Visual Arts Committee of Arts Alive. This exhibit can be viewed from March 14 to April 25 in the exhibition area at the auditorium and is open during school hours by entering at the West Point High School main entrance.
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