Etna, CA, Friday, April 19, 2007, Wit (http://www.wit.us) announced today that he will join the lineup and will perform at Acoustic Night Saturday, April 28, 2007 at the Avery Memorial Theatre for a one-night-only performance. Wit will be accompanied by Guitarists Rick Perkins, Marl Bell, and Bill Corbett on bass.
Tickets are $5.00 in advance and $7.00 at the door. Contact Sophia Spontylides at firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone number: 530-467-3082 for tickets.
All proceeds of this benefit concert will go to the Avery Memorial Theatre.
The Avery Theatre is located at:
430 Main St.
Etna, CA 96027
Join Wit for this intimate performance on Saturday, April 28, 2007 at 7 p.m.
“The theatre needs help. The much needed funding to bring the theatre up to modern standards fell though. Fundraisers such as this is now the only source of income to renovate the building” said Wit, singer-songwriter. The theatre is a beacon of community for the Scott Valley. The community is proud of the Avery Memorial Theatre and I am honored to be a part of its support”.
If you cannot make the concert and feel compelled in supporting the Avery Memorial Theatre, please make a tax-deductible contribution to the Scott Valley Theatre Company and send to:
Scott Valley Theatre Company
Care of Body Tone Multimedia
P. O. Box 459
Felton, CA 95018 USA
Every little bit counts.
If you know of anyone who has equipment that the Theatre could use, please contact Sophia Spontylides at email@example.com Telephone number: 530-467-3082.
Composer, singer-songwriter, author, actor, poet- Wit is an artist who incorporates his musical influences of rock, classical, and new age with a zen style of poetic lyrics.
Nicknamed, “The Observer”, one cannot box Wit into one category. Wit plays many instruments and styles, he enjoys singing rock the most. Wit’s vocal style ranges from overtone singing, classical, jazz, pop, and rock.
Wit is known for his song, "The President".
“The President is the third track to the studio album (Wit is in the final stages). “ The President ” is story about Timmy, one of the characters I introduce in another song on the studio album. His parents tell him that he could grow up and be the President. He takes this to heart and learns what the office really means and what it takes.” said Wit. “In the story we see Timmy saying, like a mantra, that he wants to be The President. Later in the song, we see he gains more confidence and is willing to sacrifice more. As Timmy gets more determined, his sacrifice becomes more apparent.”
In addition to writing and performing rock, Wit is the author of, "Secrets to the Universe ". His thought-provoking (sometimes controversial) observations of the Universe, which he transfers into poetry, inspirational thought, and lyrics, inspire his fans to a newfound enjoyment for life as well as discovery. Wit is creating a new art (Zen Rock). With this synergy of disciplines that is thought provoking and complex he is leaving his imprint on American Music.
About the Avery Memorial Theatre
The Avery Memorial Theatre, constructed in 1957, was purchased by the City of Etna in 1985. At that time, conversion began to make this former movie theatre into a performing arts center to be used by local schools, drama, and music groups as well as by outside choirs, bands, speakers and educational groups. The Avery Memorial Theatre still needs funding to complete the conversions.
About the Scott Valley Theatre Company (SVTC)
The Scott Valley Theatre Company (SVTC) was formed in 1980. The Company took over custodianship of the Avery Memorial Theatre and is the driving force in converting it to a performing arts center by sponsoring fundraisers, producing plays, and promoting the arts to help finance the conversion.
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