Friends of Wilderness Battlefield is pleased to host “Great American Songbook Live” on Sunday, April 28, at Chancellor High School.
On the heels of rave reviews in New York City, sisters GRACIE & LACY appear one-day-only in the hometown of their ancestors in support of the Friends of Wilderness Battlefield, who preserve the sites and stories where their Lacy Family roots lie. Enjoy powerhouse vocals set to great American musical hits of the 1920s-1960s . . . Gracie might even break out her golden tap shoes!
Gracie and Lacy are the 3rd great grand-daughters of J. Horace and Betty Lacy, owners of Ellwood and Chatham Manors during the Civil War.
Tickets may be purchased online at WWW.FOWB.ORG and are $25.00 per person. All proceeds benefit FoWB operations, preservation and education projects.
In addition, anyone under the age of 25 who enjoys singing and dancing may send in a video audition to Gracie and Lacy before April 2, and the winner will get to perform a number with them on stage on the 28th. For more information, please go to their site: