By KAROLYN GEPHART
Pearland House Concerts will host musicians Dawson Hollow as their featured artist for a concert Saturday, Oct. 26 benefiting Little Footprints Children’s Ministry. Dinner is included with a ticket.
Dawson Hollow is an indie-folk band based out of the Ozark Mountains of Missouri. Their music encompasses the sounds of folk and indie-rock. Indie folk blends the acoustic guitar melodies of traditional folk music with contemporary instrumentation.
Dawson Hollow’s debut album Boy Of My Youth was released in January 2018.
Little Footprints Children’s Ministry provides street moms with the means to change their lives through offering referrals to shelters, unwed mother’s homes, rehabilitation ministries, and providing practical needs such as pregnancy tests, prenatal vitamins, diapers, wipes, clothing for mom and baby, and formula. Their ultimate goal is to protect the children while empowering parents to raise their child when possible.
When it is not possible, the organization offers referrals to adoptive services through Loving Houston Adoption Agency as an alternative to state care.
Pearland House Concerts offers an intimate, vibrant concert experience hosted at the home of Mona Cabler and James Adams on Westchester Circle in Pearland.
Most concerts are held outdoors, under a large covered patio with spacious seating for 50 guests or larger.
The evening begins around 6 pm with music starting at 7 pm. During the band’s break, representatives from the charity will have the opportunity to share their work. The evening usually ends between 9-9:30 pm.
Pearland House Concerts (PHC) was formed in 2016 by Cabler and Adams, who wanted to merge their love for music with their desire to support charitable organizations in their community.
For more information or to get tickets, go to www.pearlandhouseconcerts.org or email [email protected]