Melinda Headlines at Franklin Charity Event on May 3rd!
From The Williamson Source:
"American Idol finalist Melinda Doolittle will headline Saddle Up for the Derby!, a May 3rd charity event to benefit Saddle Up!, a local nonprofit that provides therapeutic support to children and youth with disabilities.
The event will take place at the Chavis Farm Barn, a 22-acre private residence farm in Franklin. The evening will feature a Kentucky Derby style meal catered by Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant and a bourbon tasting courtesy of Grapevine Wine & Spirits. It will also include a fashion wear contest and lawn games including corn hole, horse shoes and a stick horse race. Additionally, guests will enjoy a performance from Melinda Doolittle, acclaimed by the New York Times as a “phenomenally gifted” artist."
More here: http://williamsonsource.com/melinda-doo ... saddle-up/
Posted on May 1 2014
Melinda Brings 'It Must Be Love' to Franklin Hometown!
From The Tenhttp://www.melindadoolittle.com/show ... -14nessean
'Doolittle, who will be the featured performer in the the center’s ninth annual Music and Memories benefit, will take the Franklin Theatre’s stage for the June 24 show.
“I live about three miles from here, so I’m excited to be doing something so close by,” Doolittle said during her first visit to the Martin Center facility on Heritage Way. “I’m an only child and I live by myself, so community is important to me.”
A part of the FiftyForward organization, which operates seven centers in Davidson and Williamson counties, the Martin Center offers people 50 and older activities, such as classes in exercise and art, social interactions during card games and day trips to see the Nashville Symphony or to dine at a local eatery. There is a membership fee.
“It’s beyond important. It’s necessary,” Doolittle said.'
More here: http://www.melindadoolittle.com/shows/f ... e/06-24-14
Posted on Apr 23 2014
You're The Reason CD Available on Amazon!
Posted on Jan 8 2014
Beyond Me - Now Available in Paperback!
Posted on May 11 2013
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