(Gilbert, AZ) – The award-winning Phoenix-based rock group CTS (Consider The Source) will perform a “Freedom Rock Experience” fundraising concert with the Mesquite High School orchestra March 22 at 7 p.m. with proceeds benefiting the Mesquite High School music program.
The Mesquite High School orchestra, under the direction of Amber Dudley, will perform original, professionally scored CTS music throughout the show with CTS band members Jeff Senour, Tony Lugo, Joe McGinnity, Jerry Nuzum and Keith Harner.
“This event will be cool and entertaining, plus a wonderful way to showcase student musicians promoting freedom, youth and talent,” said Amber Dudley, Mesquite High School director of orchestras.
CTS founder/songwriter, Jeff Senour, introduced the “CTS Freedom Rock Experience” concert series to feature the talent of select high school orchestras while providing a new fundraising opportunity for music educators.
AAMCO Total Car Care of Mesa and Milano Music are co-sponsors of the show. Milano Music is donating a Fender electric guitar autographed by CTS band members to a lucky ticket holder during the show. AAMCO will host a free car care clinic to check attendee’s auto fluids and tire pressures along with valet parking, starting at 6:00 p.m. in the venue parking lot.
The concert will be held at Mesquite High School auditorium, 500 S. McQueen in Gilbert Arizona. Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door and available on-line at www.mesquitehighorchestras.org.
Jeff Senour founded CTS (Consider The Source) in 2002. After years of concerts and two CD releases, he wanted to use the band’s popular music to inspire America’s youth to live their dreams. The new Freedom Rock Experience concert series features CTS performing with select high school orchestras to assist school fundraising efforts while providing performance experience for aspiring musicians. Senour wrote/recorded “You Won’t Be Forgotten,” named “Song of the Year” by the Military Writer’s Guild for honoring America’s veterans. Senour also wrote “Snowball Express,” the official song of the Snowball Express non-profit organization, dedicated to supporting the families of fallen military heroes.
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Eric Studer – CTS – email@example.com