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UPCOMING EVENTS IN FRANKLIN, NC in Macon County

UPCOMING EVENTS IN FRANKLIN, NC

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Eco-Forum: Emergency Preparedness
Date(s): Feb 06, 2015
When: 6:30 pm
Where: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Franklin

All are welcome to bring a covered dish to share at 5:30 pm

Further informtion at 524-3691

Frankie Avalon
Date(s): Feb 13, 2015
When: 7:30 pm
Where: Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts

Tickets:  $35, $40, $45

Frankie Avalon has had a career that spans three generations of music, television and motion pictures, including an iconic cameo as the Teen Angel in the motion picture musical, Grease.  With a long string of Gold Record Million-Seller singles and albums, Frankie's music became one of the defining sounds of the Pre-Beatles Rock and Roll and was honored with an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995.  Although it would take many pages to cover, even briefly, the multiple and varied entertainment world accomplishments of Frankie Avalon, he is proud to be known as a musician, actor and most of all, a family man.

For tickets visit www.GreatMountainMusic.com or 828-524-1598. 

Mark Wills in Concert
Date(s): Feb 28, 2015
When: 7:30 pm
Where: Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts

Tickets:  $20, $25, $28

The story of Mark Wills makes it clear he's an award winning singer's singer.  His matchless phrasing, passionate and meaningful delivery and right-on-the-money vocals make each and every song he performs come alive.  Mark Wills is a multi-platinum selling country music start with eight top 10 hits to his name including "Wish You Were Here," "Don't Laugh At Me," "19 Something", all of which received nominations for Single, Song and Video of the Year by the Country Music Association.  Wills won the Academy of Country Music's award for Top New Male Vocalist in 1998.  In 2002, his single "19 Something" spent six consecutive weeks at No. 1, was Billboard's top country hit of the year and was the second most played song of the decade in 2009.  When asked about his musical legacy, Mark's answer is simple, "I just want to be remembered as a great singer - who sang great songs - and used his talents to not only speak to people but was the voice for many."

For tickets visit www.greatmountainmusic.com or call 828-524-1598.