Liberty Hall welcomes recording artist VirLinda Stanton in concert | Arts & Culture
Released by The City of Tyler:
From the stages of Texas all the way to Johannesburg, South Africa, VirLinda Stanton has been amazing audiences, and now she’s coming back home to perform at Liberty Hall on Saturday, May 5 at 6 p.m.
Raised in Smith County’s Shady Grove community, Stanton began singing at church. Like many other accomplished artists, her talent developed from her spiritual experience. It is that spiritual foundation that she credits for her continuing success.
Some of her entertainment credits include “The Color Purple” National Broadway Tour, “Blues In The Night” with Roz Ryan and Freda Payne, Disney’s “The Lion King” (featured as Rafikki and Nala), “Golden Mickeys” and “Toy Story,” along with “A Cry for Help” (about the Underground Railroad) as Harriet Tubman. She also performed at the White House for the 2011 Christmas celebration.
Tickets are on sale now at www.libertytyler.com for $10 or at the door for $15 one hour before the show for cash only.
For more information about Liberty Hall or for rental information on the venue please call <?xml:namespace prefix = skype /> (903) 595-7274 .
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