The Central Valley Honor Flight has sent over 1300 WWII and Korean Veterans to Washington, DC. And now 300+ Vietnam Veterans await their trip and homecoming. Join us on April 3rd for the Vietnam Homecoming Concert and Fundraiser Dylan Scott: Mixing Scott’s hard-charging romantic edge with themes inspired by family and his youth in rural Northeast Louisiana, NOTHING TO DO TOWN features six fresh tracks – five of which were co-written by the rising star himself. Produced by Matt Alderman, Curt Gibbs, and Jim Ed Norman, the project aims for a sweet spot between laid back Country tenderness and danceable, chest-thumping thrills, building on the success of Scott’s PLATINUM and GOLD-certified breakouts, “My Girl” and “Hooked.” “The past two years – both personally and professionally – have been the most exciting of my life,” shared Scott. “With my new single hitting radio on Monday and my tour kicking off in New York City three days later, 2019 is starting off in a whirlwind and I couldn’t be more excited. I can’t wait to get back out on the road and play new music. Looks like it’s going to be a busy year!” Josh Gracin: Talent, perseverance, and the willingness to work hard to make a dream come true are the cornerstones of any successful music career, and Josh Gracin has all those qualities in spades. The Michigan native was first thrust into the national spotlight when he placed fourth on the second season of American Idol. He is serving in the United States Marine Corps at the time and quickly became a fan favorite on the show. Matt Stell: “If I had to choose between playing shows and writing songs, I honestly don’t know which way I’d go. There’s so much that I love about both. It’s really hard to imagine doing one without the other.” Matt Stell’s own words about how he sees himself as an artist are revealing—and when you attend one of his shows or listen to his music for the first time, you soon come to appreciate his love of writing and performing music.
Event Info: (559) 485-9050
Ages: All ages