We’ve gone virtual this Give for Good! Join us on our Facebook page @laholyangels for a VIRTUAL CONCERT SERIES with local artists, and LIVE talks with Holy Angels experts. Seth Bradford will play LIVE on Tuesday, April 28. T.D. McMurry will perform Wednesday, April 29. and Marcie Ellen will perform Thursday, April 30.
About Seth Bradford:
Not quite outlaw material, but not quite church choir material, Seth Bradford is a smooth, soulful, and laid back musician that likes to keep an even keel. His music can best be described as what you’d want to be listening to while sitting by a fire underneath the stars with a fine glass of whiskey. It’s authentic, gritty, peaceful, and sure to have you swaying along.
Originally from the depths of rural southwest Alabama, Seth has called Shreveport home for the last four years. As a kid, it was common for him to wake up to his mother practicing piano for church on the weekends, and that’s where his interest in music began. Starting with piano, he taught himself the basics of several instruments and somewhere along the way, figured out he could sing. He took those talents to a band named The Wyldewood Ramblers where he once shared a stage with country artist Randy Houser and later went on to play with a very talented group called Shaker Revival.
When you give to Holy Angels through Give for Good, your donation is amplified through The Community Foundation’s Lagniappe Fund. At Holy Angels, 85 cents of every dollar goes directly to care for Holy Angels’ residents and program participants. Give for Good is open April 21 through Give for Good Day on May 5.
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