Children’s Hope Alliance and Heartstrings Therapeutic Music & Art Program announced today an upcoming special speaker series.
This inspirational speaker series will take place monthly throughout 2022 on the Barium Springs campus. A variety of guest speakers will share personal stories of overcoming adversity on their musical journey and will also perform some of their music for the local community and at-risk kids in attendance. The debut event will feature national recording artist, singer-songwriter-producer Rockie Lynne.
This event is free and open to the public. Educators are encouraged to have their students attend. All musicians and music lovers are also encouraged to participate.
Location of Event
The event will take place each month at Children’s Hope Alliance Heartstrings Program Gracie Building:
153 Frazier Loop, Statesville, NC
Time of Event (5:30-7pm)
5:30-6pm-Social, meet & greet with the musician (refreshments will be served)
Schedule of Musicians
7/28/22-Sharon Owenby & friends
9/22/22- Jasmine Lloyd
11/17/22- Matt Eckerd
About Children’s Hope Alliance
Children’s Hope Alliance is a 501c3 nonprofit organization with a long history of child advocacy and welfare dating back over 130 years. Last year, Children’s Hope Alliance helped over 1,800 children and families across North Carolina. Programs and services create hope for hurting children and families in three ways: healing the hurt for those who are troubled, abused or neglected, providing a safe home through foster care and adoption, and encouraging a healthy start through educational, prevention, and developmental programs.
About Rockie Lynne
World-renowned singer-songwriter-entertainer Rockie Lynne first made a name for himself when he was signed to a major label recording contract by Universal Records. His critically acclaimed albums have received rave reviews from The Associated Press, People Magazine, USA Today, to name a few.
Rockie has appeared nationally on “Good Morning America,” “Fox and Friends” ABC News and many times on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry.
For his entire life Rockie has been a professional musician. As a child, he spent several months at Barium Springs Home for Children until he was adopted by a family in Statesville. For this reason, Rockie is eager to support Children’s Hope Alliance (formerly Barium Springs Home for Children) in their efforts to support at-risk children in North Carolina. www.rockielynne.com
Contact: Paula Miller / Heartstrings Program Manager
Children’s Hope Alliance
PO Box 1 Barium Springs, NC 28010
C (704) 495-1272