Malone University welcomes Chip Richter and the Munks: Jammin’ in Your Jammies
Malone University’s Rho Tau Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, the national education honor society, will host popular recording artist Chip (Richter) and the Munks for Jammin’ in Your Jammies, Friday, November 18, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. in the chapel of the Johnson Center for Worship and the Fine Arts, located on the campus at 2600 Cleveland Avenue N.W. in Canton.
The family concert will end with milk and cookies and all children will leave with a gift. Children are encouraged to attend in their “jammies.” Tickets are $5 per person, or $20 maximum per family. Church groups pay as a family at $20 per 5 people. Call 330-471-8273 for ticket information. There will be door prizes for all children attending! ALL proceeds will benefit a Stark County community family during the Christmas holidays.
Check out Chip and the Munks here:
From Chip’s web site:
Singer-Songwriter Chip Richter serves up stories, songs, and smiles “Family Style”. Chip’s Family Concerts feature something on the menu for everyone. It’s a recipe for “more fun than a kid should be allowed to have” as Chip delivers healthy portions of love and laughter for all ages to enjoy! Fun, smart, high energy music with a positive message that connects with kids & adults. We’re interested in giving kids the opportunity to experience “Live” music with their parents, it’s absolutely a “Family Event” designed to be interactive, inspiring and safe for all ages, creating moments for families to take home as memories.
Touring nationally as a solo artist or with his band “The Munks”, Chip’s delightful performances are filled with his gentle spirit, pleasant and winsome style, and an unmistakable connection with family audiences. Chip’s solo music has been compared to James Taylor and Phil Keaggy and indeed offers a tranquil, folk appeal. But there’s also a whole “Rockin” side to his music when Chip is joined by his band The Munks.
Chip and The Munks have a sound that some have compared to a kid friendly Dave Matthews Band and finds a welcoming audience among parents as much as children. Attending one of Chip’s Family Concerts is truly a unique experience, it’s not a “kids show” and it’s not an “adult show”… it’s exactly what it’s billed to be… an all age event… FAMILY CONCERT!
Posted on November 9, 2011, in Family events, Pop Culture and tagged Canton, Chip Richter, Johnson Center for Worship and the Fine Arts, Malone University, Munks for Jammin’ in Your Jammie, Stark County. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.