Come on out and get A LIBERAL Dose of Grant Peeples with special guest artist Holly Riley! A one-night-only Cat Pointe Music Special Event.
Please join the Bay Area Choral Society as they celebrate our Country’s Veterans by performing music from the WWII era. The concert showcases familiar songs; Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To, A Salute to the Armed Forces, The Battle Hymn of the Republic and other favorites. Our Country’s veterans will be recognized. Take a Sentimental Journey with our choir and soloists as they sing songs about hope, love and dreams. The Concert will be held on Sunday, November 10th, beginning at 4pm in the Carrabelle Christian Center, located at 142 River Road in Carrabelle, Florida. Admission is $5. A portion of the proceeds of this concert will benefit the Camp Gordon Johnston World War II Museum located across from Carrabelle Beach.
Donovan Lee Chapman was born and raised in Farmville, Louisiana. His mother, a native of Hawaii, exposed him to Hawaiian music at an early age, and he soon learned to play the ukulele.
At age seventeen, Chapman enlisted in the United States Air Force He spent eleven years in the Air Force, serving for five years in U.s. Air Force Security Forces and six years as a Pararescueman. While on leave, Donovan met Mike Curb, head of Curb Records. A contract soon followed.
Donovan’s first single, “There Is No War,” was released in 2003. The recording was dedicated to families of American soldiers who had died overseas. Chapman recorded two albums for Curb Records, shortly before returning to active duty in Afghanistan. At the same time, a self titled EP was released, followed by his first full album, I Am America.
After returning to the United States, he signed to Catagory 5 Records. His first single for Category 5, “House Like That,” was released in late 2006. A second single, “All I Need,”” was released the following year. He appears at Cat Pointe Music on September 22nd at 3:00 pm as part of our Dog Days of Summer Concert Series.
Ken Sizemore – The Old Folkie IN CONCERT at Cat Pointe Music
Lovingly known as The Old Folkie, Ken Sizemore has been performing folk and early pop music nationwide for more than 50 years. As a folk singer and guitarist, Ken plays the “classic” folk music of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s—songs by such artists as Peter, Paul, and Mary, The Kingston Trio, Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie, John Denver, Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell, Simon and Garfunkel, Don McLean, and many others.
While based in Nashville for almost 30 years, Ken performed as a solo artist, as part of the folk duo “Judith and Ken”, and with the folk trio “The Folk Revival.” He has done thousands of concerts over the years and has played for audiences all throughout the United States. He returns to Nashville several times a year to perform folk music programs and at Folk Festivals. Ken moved to Panama City in 1999, and has continued to perform all over the southeastern US. Ken will be appearing at Cat Pointe Music on Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 3:00 pm. Admission is $10 and, as always, Cat Pointe in BYOB. So bring your favorite beverage, sit back and enjoy a musical time travel with Ken Sizemore – The Old Folkie!
David Lloyd & Clayton Mathis: Two marvelously gifted singer/songwriters return to Cat Pointe Music and offer up an unforgettable afternoon of original songs infused with passion and pathos; Songwriters at The Pointe. These songs are personal, for they speak of life and love in all their guises. Don’t miss this afternoon of original works by two of the region’s finest musical artists. David Lloyd & Clayton Mathis: Songwriters at The Pointe. Sunday, March 17th, 2019 at 3:00 pm. Admission: $10, BYOB allowed and encouraged.