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Hoedown set Thursday

September 18, 2013
By MEL TOADVINE (mtoadvine@breezenewspapers.com) , Lehigh Acres Citizen

If you're a country music fan and enjoy the music of such greats as Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Randy Travis, and the group Alabama, then you're going to like the music by Brian Lowe when he comes to Lehigh Acres on Thursday, Sept. 19 for a real Yee-Haw Country Music Hoedown.

It's free to the public and the residents of Fountain Crest retirement community and will be held at 1230 Taylor Lane.

The show starts at 2 p.m. and lasts for about an hour.

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Brian Lowe to perform at Fountain Crest Thursday.

Seating is limited so you must call Fountain Crest at 303-1230 to make a reservation.

The dining room of Fountain Crest will be decorated with a county and western theme. This is the third country music hoedown that Fountain Crest has held and the show has been called is one of the best of the many programs that Fountain Crest puts on.

Debbie Whiteaker, the activities director at Fountain Crest, says you will be clapping to the music of Brian Lowe. He is a Tennessee native and she says he will amaze from the start with his apparent musical talent.

He plans to perform country favorites to today's top 40 southern rock.

He plays the bass and harmonica and is the lead male singer for the Fakahatchee Band, a country and southern rock group of Charlotte County.

In his spare time, he writes his own songs and plays local venues to seniors and other community functions.

Whiteaker says it is a show that all the residents of Fountain Crest are looking forward to. And as always, the show is open to the public at no cost.

But you must call as soon as possible if you want to go because the fire marshal's ruling allows only so many people in a given area.

Lowe is a Tennessee native. In his spare time, he writes his own songs and plays local venues all over Florida.

"If you're a real country music lover, especially the good old southern country type, you're going to love to hear this man perform," Whiteaker said.

"Talking about a hoedown, this one is going to be great," she said.

There will be refreshments and door prizes. There is plenty of free parking outside Fountain Crest.

 
 

 

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