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Bluegrass Musicians Celebrate Miracle Field Opening Day

Miracle Field CelebrationDalton, GA -- With one day to go before the opening day ceremonies, Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands organizers Paul Byrum and Tom Brown meet with musician Earl Brackin and Miracle Field Co-Director Millie Hicks to view the newly constructed Miracle Field. "Wow, it's simply awesome" says Millie Hicks. "I can't believe how beautiful everything is. We really appreciate the support of Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands". Dalton's Miracle Field is a specialized baseball park which aims to serve children and adults with special needs in North Georgia and Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands Presents Grant to Miracle League

Millie Hicks and John CowanDalton, Georgia -- The Miracle League of Whitfield County (Georgia), a non-profit organization, will receive a grant in the amount of $1,000 from Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands. The grant amount represents the concert proceeds from last Saturday's performance featuring "new grass" singer John Cowan at the Dalton Freight Depot and will be distributed by The Community Foundation of N.W. Georgia.

John Cowan Concert to Benefit Miracle League of Whitfield County

John CowanDalton, GA -- On Saturday June 9th Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands will present “An evening with the John Cowan Band” to benefit The Miracle League of Whitfield County. One of the true musical innovators, John Cowan rose to fame when he became the lead singer for New Grass Revival and introduced a new generation of music fans to an explosive, experimental brand of Bluegrass Music -- "Newgrass". The concert will be held at 7pm at the historic Dalton Freight Depot. The concert is co-sponsored by the Downtown Dalton Development Authority. Concert tickets are available for $15.00 through the freight depot gift shop located at 305 S. Depot Street in Downtown Dalton Georgia.

Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands Presents An Evening with John Cowan

John CowanDalton, GA -- The Dalton Freight Depot is happy to announce the performance of The John Cowan Band on Saturday June 9, 2012 at the Historic Dalton Freight Depot. One of the true musical innovators, John Cowan rose to fame when he became the lead singer for New Grass Revival and introduced a new generation of music fans to an explosive, experimental brand of Bluegrass Music -- "Newgrass".

Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands - An Evening with John Cowan Band

John CowanDalton, GA -- Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands has announced The John Cowan Band will be performing on Saturday June 9, 2012 at the Historic Dalton Freight Depot. The 7pm concert is a Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands production with proceeds benefiting The Miracle League of Whitfield County. align=

Miracle League Achieves Their Fundraising Goal for The Miracle Field

Big LeaguesDalton, Georgia -- Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands is pleased to share that after receiving an anonymous gift of $65,000 The Miracle League of Whitfield County Georgia has reached their fundraising goal of $350,000. The funds will be used to finish construction of The Miracle Field, a specialized baseball park serving children and adults with special needs in North Georgia and Chattanooga, Tennessee.

A Miracle Night in Dalton,Georgia

Buddy WoodwardDalton, GA -- The Dalton Freight Depot was alive with excitement and music as a record audience spilled outside the historic venue to hear performances by The Dixie Bee-Liners, Jubal's Kin, Lone Mountain Band and Earl Brackin. Emcee, Geoff Morris, visiting Dalton from Bendigo, Australia opened the show by saying "Tonight is a Miracle Night". The event was a CD release party for Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands Volume Three - Big Leagues. The CD is a compilation bluegrass music project to benefit The Miracle League of Whitfield County. Millie Hicks, Miracle League member stated, "It was an amazing night with fantastic music. The level of talent of these bands is incredible and we are so thankful for their support of the Miracle League. With their help and the great community turnout, we were able to raise over $4,400 for the Miracle League bringing us ever closer to that first pitch."

Miracle Field Bluegrass Benefit CD Release Party

Big LeaguesDalton, GA -- Bluegrass Bands, Helping Hands will host its Volume Three Big Leagues CD release party at 7 PM on Saturday September 24th 2011 in the Dalton Freight Depot located at 305 S. Depot Street, Dalton, Georgia 30720. The event will feature musical performances from Earl Brackin, The Dixie Bee-Liners, Jubal's Kin and The Lone Mountain Band. Radio DJ and internet personality Geoff Morris, from Bendigo Australia will emcee the concert which is planned to be streamed Monday September 26th at 8PM Eastern on his Wall To Wall Bluegrass show on www.WorldWideBluegrass.com.

Bluegrass Bands and Helping Hands to Release Third Benefit CD in September

Big LeaguesJoin the Bluegrass Bands and Helping Hands September 24 at the historic Dalton Freight Depot for the CD release party of Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands Volume Three: Big Leagues. The party will feature live performances by Earl Brackin, The Dixie Bee-Liners, Jubal's Kin, and The Lone Mountain Band, and yes the new CD Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands Volume Three Big Leagues will be available for purchase at the party.

'Big Leagues' CD Release and Concert Announced for Miracle Field

Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands Vol III - Big LeaguesBluegrass Bands, Helping Hands will host its Volume Three "Big Leagues" CD release party at 7 PM on Saturday September 24th 2011 in the Dalton Freight Depot located at 305 S. Depot Street, Dalton, Georgia 30720. The event will feature musical performances from Earl Brackin, The Dixie Bee-Liners, Jubal's Kin and The Lone Mountain Band. Radio DJ and internet personality Geoff Morris, from Bendigo Australia will emcee the concert which is planned to be streamed Monday September 26th at 8PM Eastern on his Wall To Wall Bluegrass show on www.WorldWideBluegrass.com.

Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands CD Jump Start with Valerie Smith, Becky Buller

Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands Vol III - Big LeaguesBluegrass Bands Helping Hands has a new promo video with music by bluegrass music artist Valerie Smith and Songwriter/performer Becky Buller. The promo is a kick start fundraising request. The next volume in the Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands program is Volume III - Big Leagues and features these bluegrass artists: Earl Brackin, Mark "Brink" Brinkman, Greg Brooks, Becky Buller, The Dixie Bee-Liners, Jim & Valerie Gabehart, The Hillbenders, Jubal's Kin, Jean-Luc Leroux, The Lone Mountain Band, Milkdrive, Rich In Tradition, Special Consensus, Frank Solivan And Dirty Kitchen, Valerie Smith And Becky Buller, and Donna Ulisse.

Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands Going for the Big Leagues

Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands Vol 3There are over 1600 children with special needs in Dalton and Whitfield County Georgia. A project has already begun to build a special surfaced and equiped recreation facility to host baseball and similar recreational events but a tremendous amount of funding is required to see the park to completion. The park when completed would serve the residence of North Georgia and Chattanooga, Tennessee. Paul Byrum and Tom Brown plan to help the fund raising and public awareness effort by creating a Bluegrass Bands Helping Hands Volume III CD - Big Leagues.

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