Concerts Association board seats new members

Jun 12, 2018 at 12:01 AM

12-14. 14 to 16 features Ethan Bortnick, recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s youngest solo musician to headline his own concert tour.From Jan. It’s an all-female country group with four powerhouse vocalists, dynamic songwriters and multi-instrumentalists.Rounding out the season is “Atlantic City Boys,” four dynamic lead singers creating an exciting mix of world class vocals and interactive comedy featuring rock and roll harmonies.Season tickets are $115 each which includes all five shows.For more information go to or call Ponce de Leon Center at 922-4231. The group plays the classic sounds of such groups as Frankie Valli, the Drifters and The Del Vikings.Nov. New officers are president Damon Schleuse, first vice president Becky Winham, second vice president Ray Barber, treasurer Paul Mefford, and secretary Paul Bridges.“Serving on the Hot Springs Village Concerts Association board with such talented people who give their time to bring quality entertainment to the Village is an honor,” said new board president Schleuse. New board directors are Terri Blackburn, Jack Wilson, Cathy Goble, Cy Holliday, Juanita Langston, Jim Rowley and Randy Crutcher. Subscriptions are available now online or at the Ponce Center office for pick-up.”The season begins with “The Doo Wop Project” from Sept. The Hot Springs Village Concerts Association board met last week to install new directors, officers and talk about the season ahead. 16 to 18 attendees will enjoy the “Dallas String Quartet.” DSQ Electric is a fusion of classical and contemporary music on both traditional and electric strings. They are accompanied by drums and guitar.“Farewell Angelina” performs March 13-15 and is named after a haunting Bob Dylan song. Villagers can buy all five shows for a substantial savings. “Once again there is an impressive lineup of entertainment for the 2018-2019 season, including doo wop, rock and roll, country, a young phenomenon on piano and a string quartet with a modern sound.

By JEFF MEEK / Managing editor