Music For Good Benefiting Salvation Army Angel Tree, Presented By Harris Teeter

WCCB Charlotte’s CW has teamed up with Harris Teeter to present a special at-home concert for the holidays, hosted by Morgan Fogarty (WCCB NEWS @ TEN & EDGE) and Jon Wilson (Wilson’s World). Music For Good features local and regional musicians performing their favorite songs, all to benefit the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree and Red Kettle campaign. Tune in Saturday, November 28th at 9 PM on WCCB Charlotte’s CW, streaming on wccbcharlotte.com, in the WCCB app, and on Apple TV, Roku, and Fire TV.

WCCB Charlotte’s CW and The Salvation Army operate the Angel Tree program to provide Christmas assistance to those in need in our community. Families register children age 14 and under to receive new Christmas gifts for the holidays. Once registered, each child’s information is placed on an angel to be adopted. Individuals, families, groups, and companies are given the opportunity to adopt angels and purchase Christmas gifts for these children.

All gifts are then returned, sorted, and distributed to the families prior to Christmas Day. Through the involvement of the community, many lives are touched and much joy is spread through the Angel Tree program.

 

FEATURED ARTISTS

Brit Drozda: Marking her transition from poetic Americana to poignant electro-organic pop, Brit Drozda’s Seashells & Stories EP mulls the connections that stretch and strain between us with singular melodicism and rare lyrical lucidity.

Courtney Lynn & Quinn: Courtney Lynn & Quinn have been busy lately. On top of getting married, the front-women are putting out their style of Americana music with their debut EP Remiss, which they released this year. Channeling inspiration from the likes of Brandi Carlile, James Bay, and Joseph, CLQ has gained attention for their mixing of familiar genres in different, exciting ways.

Maria Howell: Maria has shared the musical stage with such legendary artists as Nancy Wilson, George Benson, Ray Charles and Earl Klugh, and Ronnie Laws. After a very successful 6 year stint in Asia, Maria relocated back to the U.S. and performed at Sambuca Jazz Café for 9 consecutive years. She and pianist Bill Wilson (son of legendary jazz pianist Teddy Wilson), held the distinction of being the longest-running act at the Atlanta, GA location. As of 2017, Maria hosts her live Hollywood music series called #DUETS, featuring “songs to soothe your soul.”

The Hamiltones: The Hamiltones, made up of Tony Lelo, 2E, and J. Vito, are the official background singers of Grammy-winning soul singer Anthony Hamilton. They even share a nomination with him for “What I’m Feelin’” from Hamilton’s 2016 album by the same name.

Adrian Crutchfield: Adrian Crutchfield is known around the world for his neo-soul sound – creating music in a variety of genres such as jazz, R&B, pop, funk, soul, hip hop, and fusion.

Café Amaretto: Café Amaretto is a music performing group based in Charlotte, NC that is composed of Ana Lucía Davis and Carlos Crespo. The group plays smooth Latin American tunes along with American classics incorporating a unique mixture of jazz, blues, and soul.

Brooke Lee: High energy country artist mixing classic rock, pop, and dance! Brooke Lee and her band formed in 2016 in Huntersville, North Carolina, and has is one of the area’s most successful music groups.

Josh Daniel: While Daniel describes his sound as “Rock N Roll,” it is much broader than that. The native North Carolina singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist is able to mold his musical influences into a unique sound that is entirely his own.

Jake HaldenVang: Former “The Voice” (Season 17) contestant with incredible vocal and guitar skills, Jake Haldenvang is a natural talent that started performing at the age of 13. The multi-genre singer-songwriter delivers profound performances that take listeners on a journey.

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