Hope United Methodist Church music department along with 4 DRUMS
PRODUCTIONS and HOWARD MUSIC & EVENTS present Black History Jazz
Celebration “A Time For LOVE” featuring Ron Otis & Friends on
Saturday, February 7, 2015 (doors open at 7pm), at Hope United Methodist
Church, 26275 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, MI 48076,
248-356-1020. Get your tickets at HUMC at the church or online at www.hopeumc.org or www.howardmusic-events.com.
Advanced Tickets: $20; Tickets @ the door: $25; VIP Tickets: $35 (VIP tickets get you preferred seating, an invitation to the VIP reception in the Parlor after the concert, and a free signed CD); *
Kid’s Concert: $5 (* Don’t have a babysitter for the evening? Bring your
child to the Kid’s concert where they will watch the concert simulcast
in Fellowship Hall with popcorn & juice).
Drummer Ron Otis
When he is not playing drums at Hope United Methodist Church, Ron Otis accompanies Grammy nominated recording artist KEM, jazz artists Earl Klugh and Bob James as well as the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin.
Vocalist Kimmie Horne
Ms. Horne’s beautiful alto voice coupled with her unmatched ability to perform and entertain puts her in a category of her own.
Pianist Alvin Waddles
Maestro Waddles has served as the musical director for the hit production “Three Mo Tenors,” and the Minister of Music at Hope United Methodist Church.