published Thursday, June 26th, 2014

Rhythm & Brews’ concert pays tribute to Sherman - June 29

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    Keith Sherman, who died in January, was an original member of Overland Express.

An all-star cast of local musicians will gather Sunday, June 29, at 4 p.m. at Rhythm & Brews, 221 Market St., to honor the late Keith Sherman, who died Jan. 14 after battling several illnesses.

The concert, called Healing Hearts: Remembering Keith Sherman, will raise money for the Healing Hearts Christian Horse Camp that Keith and wife Debbie established at their farm in Bryant, Ala. One Saturday a month, kids in first through sixth grades can visit there for free and enjoy Bible study, crafts and learning about horses. Older kids volunteer to help with the younger children as part of the camp.

It’s also about celebrating the beautiful music Sherman created during his lifetime. Sherman was an original member of Overland Express and later Nite Owl. He also recorded numerous songs as a solo artist, and the talented lineup of musicians will be performing Sherman songs throughout the evening.

Performing will be Roger Alan Wade, Tony Allen, James Rogers, Kim Forester, Lou Wamp, Jimmy Tawater, Kenny Foley, Chris Phillips, Bill Lee, Musical Moose and Overland. Admission is a $10 donation.

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