Country Music Hayride Performs for Lyceum Theatre Fund Raiser

26 05 2011

The Historic Lyceum Theatre presents the Country Music Hayride featuring country music recording artist, Daron Norwood and Anchor Brother’s singer songwriter, Reydon Stanford. Immediately following the Rodeo Parade on June 4th, 2011, head on down to the theatre for a concert full of family fun, great music and entertainment.

Daron Norwood has enjoyed performing in Clovis and seeing a need for the restoration of the Lyceum Theatre brings the Hayride to town to help with the fund raiser. Recently playing in Muleshoe as their debut appearance, the Hayride concert has helped raise scholarship funds in Littlefield, and also a benefit concert for five year old cancer patient, Shelbee Roberts in Seminole. They enjoy being a part of the community, giving back and presenting a concert that you can bring the whole family to.

In 2004 and 2005, Daron toured “Rocking the USA” to over 15 Air Force bases in the United States at the request of General Jumper, one being Cannon Air Force in Clovis; encouraging, motivating, giving them love and care from his heart. Daron Norwood recalls telling the troops, he wanted to come back and perform a concert in the future for Clovis because it had been such a special time. Clovis is close to where he grew up in West Texas. Daron extends his special invitation for the enlisted personnel and veterans to come be recognized for their service to their country.

Daron Norwood, Reydon Stanford, and their special guests, Cathleen Tyson and Trey Topper look forward to seeing a good crowd come out and enjoy the concessions, take a load off, and enjoy the show! The plan is to introduce the band, and have them return with news acts in the future.

Admission is Free – but donations will be accepted.




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