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Music by David Seering, Sinatra Inspired Musical Mastery

Event Dates and Times

1/28/2018 - Starts: 7:00 PM
Gulf Beach Presbyterian Church 271 S. Arnold Rd (Hwy 79) Panama City Beach, FL 32413
David Seering is recognized as one of the most versatile entertainers in America. David’s career has taken him from being the lead vocalist for the United States Armed Forces Band to performing with such notable groups as the USC Symphony Orchestra, The Tulsa Pops Orchestra, The Lovell Ives Orchestra, as well as the Atlanta Pops Orchestra. David has performed by invitation for two US Presidents, Jimmy Carter, and Ronald Reagan, as well as Georgia Governor Joe Frank Harris, and Louisiana Governor Mike Foster. Proceeds from the concert benefit the Community Food Pantry at Gulf Beach Presbyterian. General admission $10
Ticket information: (850) 819-1265 * www.pinkchurch.org * lizpinkchurch@hotmail.com

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