VALDOSTA, Ga. — The Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts will host local talent with worldwide sound in a celebration of the best American radio hits of all time at “American Soundtrack VII” on Saturday, Aug. 10, at 6:30 p.m.
Attendees will find themselves in the airwaves of their favorite radio station, WTCA, as they travel on a joyride through the years, with pit stops made just for dancing. Backed by the Ed Barr Orchestra, the lineup of live numbers and local talent is sure to encourage attendees to their feet.
Among this year’s performers in “American Soundtrack VII” is Caroline Harrell, of Moultrie.
Harrell is the daughter of James A. Harrell, assistant superintendent of human resources for Colquitt County Schools and Krista Harrell, principal of Hamilton Elementary School. She is a junior at Colquitt County High School, where she sings in the school chorus. She is also a guitar player, song writer and a state-level swimmer. As a rifle team member with 4-H, she shoots in area competitions.
“We are excited to have such talent coming from one of our neighboring communities,” said Barr. “It’s good to know that the passion for music is continuing to grow among students across our area.”