By Karolyn Gephart
Pearland House Concerts will host musicians Pushing Chain as their featured artist for a concert February 22, 2020 benefiting Brazoria County Alliance for Children. Dinner is included with a ticket.
Pushing Chain is Boyd Blomberg on guitar and vocals and Adam Moe on fiddle and vocals. The duo recently celebrated 20 years of making music together, as well as the release of their new album, Sorrows Always Swim.
Playing approximately 200 shows every year, Blomberg and Moe perform their brand of folky-tonk roots music in venues big and small across the United States and Canada.
Brazoria County Alliance for Children (BCAC) has a mission to provide services and meet the needs of abused and neglected children by partnering with law enforcement and other social service providers within Brazoria County.
BCAC provides all necessary services to let a child recover from the effects of the trauma as a result of child abuse and put her/him on a path towards a full, productive and happy life. The initial focus is on crisis intervention and management, but BCAC’s added value is delivered in the form of hope and healing through therapy. For more information, go to https://cac-bc.org/
The BCAC facility is located at 139 E. Myrtle St. in Angleton.
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.
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.