Live On Stage, Inc. and Mason County Community Concert Association announce Hollywood Icon as a part of their 2016 – 2017 Concert Season
Ronny Cox brings together his eclectic music which has become a woven tapestry of songs and stories with an over-all arc that eventually comes together and tells something about “the human condition”. Join Ronny and be a part of one of greatest evenings to experience at Shelton High School Auditorium in Shelton, Washington on Saturday, February 25th, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. Single tickets to this performance are $30 (adults), $2 (children under 18); the 2015-2016 season tickets are $70.
For more information call 360-426-1842 or 360-426-8159; or visit the Mason County Concert Association website at www.mccca.com.
“I have found very few artists that have such a compelling natural ability to engage an audience quicker than Ronny Cox.” – Ron Jewell. Director, Bartlett Performing Arts and Conference Center, Bartlett, Tn.
A look of familiarity has helped make Cox one of Hollywood’s most versatile character actors. His first time in front of a camera featured him playing the guitar in the “Dueling Banjos” scene in Deliverance; a moment which went on to become one of the most iconic moments in the history of moviemaking. He has also appeared in films like Beverly Hills Cop, Total Recall, Taps, Bound For Glory, and The Onion Field. In all, his television and film credits total over 125 movies and television appearances. Despite his great success in movies and TV, he is an artist at heart who wears a variety of hats. He has released eight CDs, including the audio version of his book Dueling Banjos: The Deliverance of Drew. His show is filled with the gift of a consummate storyteller, as he shares funny, sad and tender moments. His loyal band of listeners are blessed, if only for a while, to spend time with a truly remarkable man. Enhancing these great stories is the music provided by Ronny and his band of world-class, virtuoso musicians. Join them as as they take you on a ride of one of the greatest evenings to experience.
The Mason County Community Concert Association (“MCCCA”) has been in Shelton since 1949. It is part of the national community organization which was established in 1926 to bring world-class music and entertainment to small towns. Season tickets may also enjoy concerts presented by neighboring communities through special reciprocity agreements.
Live On Stage, Inc. provides excellent, affordable, entertainment attractions and support services to an American community of concert presenters. For more information, visit www.LiveOnStage.biz.