About this event
PHC is thrilled to welcome back Scotty Alexander and this time he's bringing his band too! Our charity for April is The Sanctuary Adoption Services Fort Bend Expansion. Dinner is included with your ticket and seating is first come first serve. The event will be outside with Covid precautions. Water & tea provided and you are welcome to BYOB. These are casual, intimate shows and the suggested donation is $35. Food is served at 6:00pm, music begins at 7:00pm.
Please join us and support live music!!
ABOUT SCOTTY ALEXANDER
Scotty Alexander...who makes his home in Bandera, TX, is veteran singer, songwriter and recording artist that has over 10,000 live shows to his credit as a solo or supporting act for artists including Wayne Newton, Neal McCoy, Easton Corbin, Brian White, Cody Johnson, Cody Jinks, Sundance Head, Kevin Fowler and more.
Scotty is a world class studio musician on fiddle, guitar, banjo, bass and has performed since the age of 6.
For the last couple years Scotty has been writing and performing all over the Texas panhandle and west coast. "We have put out a few things over the years but I have never been so proud of the music we are writing and recording now. There was a period where the kind of country I play, more traditional, story and instrument driven tunes weren't cool. Now what I do is cool again, Thank God" SA
What has already been an amazing journey is really just the beginning.
Scotty's first solo album, "Guilty", was released in 2019 and his second, "Road We're On" is set to be released in the Fall of 2021. "Road We're On" includes the top 10 Texas Radio hit "Cowboy's Daughter" and the now charting single, "One More Reason". Scotty is also a 5 time Texas Country Music Nominee.
We like to call him the best secret in country music, but not for long. Scotty's high-energy, classic country is taking fans by storm so this secret won't last long.
ABOUT THE CHARITY
The Sanctuary Foster Care Services:
We exist to achieve permanent sanctuary and healing homes for children from hard places. Our story begins with experiencing firsthand a system that is broken and deciding to work to fix it. The recipe for success for child placing agencies is simple: 1) recruit the right families; 2) train them well – very well; and 3) retain foster parents by supporting them throughout the duration of the placements (wraparound care). This is how to achieve the very challenging goal of placement stabilization. We have grown... quickly! To effectively provide Trust-Based Relational Intervention and Wraparound Care to meet the increasing need to care for foster children in our area, we believe we must expand our operation with a second location/branch in Fort Bend County. Our three most important pieces in this growth are 1) staffing, 2) office space and 3) close proximity to our foster families which is why we are fundraising for our second location.