PULLMAN, Wash. — Country artist Pam Tillis will bring a Dec. 16 program of country music hits and a selection of Christmas carols and seasonal music to Washington State University’s Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum.
The 7:30 p.m. program will feature Tillis’ hits “Maybe It Was Memphis,” “Spilled Perfume,” and “All the Good Ones Are Gone,” plus songs from her new album “Every Time.”
Tillis will include holiday classics, and a local children’s choir will set the seasonal atmosphere as they sing along with the country artist during the Christmas part of the performance.
Teddy bears will be for sale and proceeds will benefit Feed The Children organization. The international, non-profit, Christian organization provides food, clothing, medical equipment and other necessities to victims of famine, drought, flood, war and other calamities.
“With this evening, I am also reminding myself of the joy of giving,” Tillis said. “I hope my fans will join me in spreading the quilt of fortune to unknown neighbors who are hungry and cold.”
“When we had the opportunity to bing a national country star like Pam Tillis to Pullman, we jumped at the chance,” said Joe Kerr, director of Beasley Coliseum. “The fact she is adding holiday music to her show will make this a very special evening for us.”
Reserved tickets are $18 for students and $20 for non-students and can be purchased at the Beasley ticket office or through any G&B Select-A-Seat outlets by calling 800/325-SEAT.