Concert to benefit Agape House | Community Spirit
Agape House in Paragould is a transitional home for women recovering from addiction.
Not only are its services priceless, they are free. What's more, the program operates solely on donations.
To help Agape House continue its mission to help women make a new start, Nashville Skyline will be performing at the Collins Theatre at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 5.
You may purchase tickets for $6 at the Lantern Bookstore, 1707 Paragould Plaza, or by calling (870) 476-5683. Tickets can also be purchased at the door for $7. All proceeds will benefit Agape House.
The theater is located at the corner of 2nd and W. Emerson Streets in downtown Paragould.
Nashville Skyline is made up of five men from Paragould: Steve Cook (vocals), Jon Weese (guitar and backing vocals), Shawn Boone (guitar and backing vocals), Tyler Weese (drums) and Ken Mock (bass guitar).
According to their Facebook page, they perform progressive rock as well as country and some classic rock favorites.