Songs & Smiles Benefit Concert
Thursday, November 3 at 7 pm
Join us for an uplifting night of music and comedy, featuring entertainers from Nashville and Branson. Proceeds from this event will benefit Songs & Smiles, a Grapevine-based nonprofit supporting families during the Alzheimer’s journey.
Johnny Meyer, a frequent headliner at Nashville’s Station Inn, connects story and song in a lively blend of bluegrass and American roots music, including songs from his debut album, Porchlight. Johnny’s five-member band will include singer-songwriter Mary Meyer. An award-winning mandolin player, Mary plays with the all-female bluegrass group Sister Sadie and the legendary country group Diamond Rio.
Ted Cunningham, from Branson, Missouri, is a comedian on the Date Night Comedy Tour and the author of A Love That Laughs: Lighten Up, Cut Loose, and Enjoy Life Together.
Jimmy & Cheyenne grew up playing bluegrass in successful family bands. When not playing as a duo, the recently married couple performs with That Dalton Gang, a band Cheyenne started in 2010.
Songs & Smiles co-founder Eric Kolb, accompanied by pianist David Meyer, will perform songs from the Great American Songbook.
All ticket sales are final. A $2 service fee is charged per ticket.