‘Hearts on Fire’ to feature fellowship, food and music
At Philippi February 21
“Hearts on Fire,” featuring singer/songwriter Kim Kalman, will be a musical celebration of love—romantic love, family love and spiritual love— at Philippi Christian Church on Friday, February 21. The public is invited.
Kalman has been singing professionally for four decades, and has been featured in venues ranging from the Bluebird Café in Nashville to Harrah’s Casinos in Las Vegas. Currently residing in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, she sings at fundraisers, festivals, small gatherings and church worship services.
She has recorded 10 CDs that contain familiar songs as well as a tremendous repertoire of her own songs. Her voice has been described as “warm, sensual and crystal clear.” Her unique style will rock you with clever lyrics set to upbeat music and mellow you with love songs coming straight from the heart. A gifted songwriter and performer, Kalman is passionate about her calling.
The events on February 21 will begin at 6 p.m. with fellowship and heavy appetizers, and music at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $10 and may be purchased at Pat’s Gallery, Hurd’s Hardware and J&W Seafood. All proceeds will benefit the Lower Middlesex Volunteer Fire Department (LMVFD).
“Show your love, support the LMVFD, and enjoy music from the heart,” said an event spokesperson.
The concert is sponsored by Deltaville Market.
For more information, call 804-695-4647.