Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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December 6, 2012

Spend an evening of Christmas carols with Carrie Hassler

CROSSVILLE — Gifted with an amazing voice, highly entertaining performances, and numerous #1 albums and #1 singles, Carrie Hassler will appear in Crossville to benefit the Downtown Crossville revitalization effort. Focusing on Christmas carols that will put a smile on your face, bring your entire family to this family friendly event.

Singer-songwriter Carrie Hassler first jumped on the music scene late in 2006, living a dream since she was a child. The initial response has been nothing short of amazing. Since this late beginning she has garnered great attention and crossed many genres of music over the past several years. Carrie has received the Country Song of the Year Award by Strictly Country Magazine, two IBMA nominations, appeared on the cover of Bluegrass Music Profiles magazine and more. 

Within the past year, Carrie hit the coveted #1 spot on SiriusXM Radio Bluegrass Junction’s Most Played Tracks in October 2012 with her song, “Luxury Liner.” “Luxury Liner” is from her latest project, The Distance, and was the first single release from this long awaited new album.

Carrie’s concert will include well-loved Christmas songs from her childhood. Following the City of Crossville Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 8, An Evening of Christmas Carols with Carrie Hassler will put you in the holiday spirit.

Carrie Hassler will be appearing on Monday, Dec. 10, at the Palace Theatre in Downtown Crossville. The concert will be a benefit for Downtown Crossville, Inc. (DCI) devoted to the revitalization of the historic downtown Crossville area. All proceeds will be donated to this effort. 

Starting at 7 p.m., doors will open at 6 p.m. Tickets are $12 each with all proceeds benefiting the downtown Crossville revitalization effort. Downtown Crossville, Inc. is focused on creating an economic climate in the downtown area to increase sales tax revenue and property tax values. The infrastructure project will update the water pipes, storm drainage, sidewalks, lighting, and traffic lighting to encourage retail and restaurant development. DCI is raising funds to support the infrastructure progress with enhancements to encourage retail shopping and downtown activities.

Tickets are $12 and available at the Palace Theatre. For more information or questions, please contact the Palace Theatre at 931-484-6133. Visit Downtown Crossville, Inc. at www.downtowncrossvilleinc.net.

Cardiac Rehab sets celebration

Cardiac/Pulmonary Rehab Alumni, Inc. will hold its annual meeting and Christmas celebration Dec. 7 at the Art Circle Library at 5 p.m. The catered dinner dinner includes entertainment, an auction and caroling. Cost is $5 per person and reservations are required. Send checks to C/PR Alumni, Inc., P.O. Box 14, Crossville, TN 38557-0014. Call 707-5505 or 456-0391 for more information.

 

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