Steve Holy Reaches Out To High Park Fire Victim
I am so excited for the Make It Rain concert to benefit the High Park fire victims on July 26th. This is going to be an absolutely free show on the grass in the bowl behind the Budweiser Events Center at The Ranch in Loveland. You don't need a ticket. You just need to show up. This is going to be an amazing night of acoustic music and community.
We have had enough struggling and surviving for a while and could use a night to just gather and celebrate who we are and what we can overcome. We will sing and dance and raise money to help those whose lives were forever changed by the tragedy. I have put together a great group of artists who are all coming to perform for free because they care about the cause.
The show will start at 5 p.m. with Jaida Dreyer followed by legendary singer songwriter Dean Dillon, killer new band Due West and co- headliners Steve Holy and a mystery artist to be named the day of the show. The mystery artist is amazing and has had a string of number one hits and awards. I just can't tell you who it is until the day of show due to contract situations but you will be thrilled.
Here is an example of how wonderful these artists are. I had Steve Holy on the air yesterday and after the interview I got a call from a listener who told me she had lost her home in the fire and that her daughter had been killed shortly before the fire. She told me she was so touched that Steve was coming to perform and how badly she and others need a night out to be happy and enjoy life. I called Steve and told him about her. He asked for her number and called her to talk and hear her story and told her he can't wait to meet her and hug her at the show. She was so thrilled. He texted me several times through the day telling me he couldn't get her out of his mind. That is why I love being in the country music community.