Crystal Gage To Make Stop At Two Creeks
Country music artist Crystal Gage started performing publicly at age eight — and hasn’t stopped since.
The popular singer will be back at the Two Creeks Summer Concert Series Aug. 26 with her band, one of 100 stops on her annual tour of North America.
Crystal performs at venues as varied as the Budweiser Downtown Hoedown, county fairs and the Country Music Hall of Fame stage, but devotes a lot of time as well to her special causes, such as nursing homes, hospitals and various benefits. She pays particular attention to working with individuals with disabilities.
Her album Dust to Diamonds got attention from radio stations and listeners alike, as did her win on CMT’s Karaoke Star.
For more on Crystal, visit her website crystalgage.com
The Two Creeks concerts, held Sundays at 6:30 p.m. on the Weil Stage in the natural amphitheatre at the conservation area just north of Wheatley on Kent Road 1, continue throughout the summer.
Admission is free, but the hat is passed to defray the expense of bringing in performers and to continue the volunteer work necessary to maintain the site. Refreshments are available from Wheatley Scouting.
Bring lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy the atmosphere. In case of inclement weather, the concerts are held under the pavilion. You can also bring used household batteries for recycling.
When: 6:30 p.m., Aug. 26
Where: Two Creeks Conservation Area just north of Wheatley on Kent Road 1
Bring: Lawn chairs or blankets
Admission: Free, although the hat is passed