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2005, June 22, The Progress 1

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Jamboree hosts annual patriotic program July 5

Jamboree hosts annual patriotic program July 5

Jamboree hosts annual patriotic program July 5

 

            The monthly Brush Country Music Jamboree will be held on Tuesday, July 5, at 7 p.m. at the Live Oak County Coliseum. This will be the annual patriotic program. Headlining the program will be super accordion player/singer Chris Rybak of Austin.

            Appearing on the show for the first time will be 7-year-old Alexandra Coscetti of Whitsett, who has entertained the Texas/Oklahoma area over the last year. In Wichita, some of her performances include singing the national anthem for the Wichita Wildcats Hockey team, entertaining at the Red Rivers Opry at Lucy Park, Christmas Magic and Car Show. In Lawton, Okla., she has performed at the Lawton Showcase of Students and other school and pageant related events. In April, she won the Award of Excellence for her school, city and the whole state Oklahoma´s Primary Division in the PTA Reflections Contest. She did this by writing and singing her own song titled “A Different Kind of Hero”. The song is short tribute to her daddy and other service members serving in Iraq. Alexandra also enjoys sports, reading, tap-dancing, modeling and being a big sister to Bella. She is the daughter of Michael and Christy Coscetti.

            Singer Keith Kelso of Austin and Earl and Charlene Montgomery of Sheffeld, Ala., will sing the gospel portion of the show. Rounding out the program will be singer Karen Williams of Yoakum.  

            The jamboree is sponsored by the Live Oak County Fair Association and all net proceeds go toward its youth scholarship fund. The cost is $4 per person. For more information, call Jerry Retzloff at 786-3334.

 

 

Photo: Chris Rybak, Alexandra Coscetti

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