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Rick James former saxophonists William Rhinehart featured entertainer for Church Folk Done Gone Krazy

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Church Folk Done Gone Krazy

Carolina Panorama announces that the former saxophonists for Rick James will  be the featured entertainment for Church Folk Done Gone Krazy.

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William Rhinehart

Saxophonists for Rick James

Highly sought after William Rhinehart vocalist, saxophonists and pianists has produced, recorded, performed and toured with a variety of artists including

Rick James:  Cold Blooded.  Vanessa Williams: Comfort Zone.   He's done writings and productions for Melba Moore, Ray, Goodman & Brown.

He's worked with Beau Williams - Sara Dash - Gwen Guthrie - and others.

Church Folk Done Gone Krazy is the E'Faith Productions Hit Gospel Stage Play written and produced by Effie Hilton of Manning, SC.   The 18-Cast Member  play is sure to bring joy, music and  laughter to the soul.   This is a Must See Production, just in time for the holidays.   (Click of a show time for tickets.)

 3:30  PM

 

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7:00  PM

The Play will take place this Sunday, November 11, 2018 at the grand wide stage of  the Booker T. Washington Auditorium located at 1400 Wheat Street in Columbia. 

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Booker T. Washington Auditorium

Tickets are $25.00 in advance and $30 at the door. A few more tickets available at www.CarolinaBoxOffice.com.    For additional information

contact Carolina Panorama at (803) 256 - 4015.

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