Jeni and Friends to play Wesley Stage


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The next concert in the Wesley Stage's Concert in the Sanctuary series will feature Jeni and Friends on Sunday, Sept, 30, at 4 p.m. in the Milton United Methodist Church 316 Dover Milton Road in Oak Ridge.

The group is comprised of the three members from the Steel Creek Band who last performed on our stage in October 2016 to a thunderous ovation. The members are lead singer and songwriter Jeni Hackett, Ken Duncan on bass and Bryan Christopher on drums. This ensemble will generate the same excitement as Steel Creek did and it promises to be an unforgettable experience.

Tickets which include a light post-concert meal & “meet the artist” are $20 and are available through www.thewesleystage.com or at Harmony Salon & Spa 5711 Berkshire Valley Rd. in Oak Ridge.

For more information call 973-697-3194



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