Sunday Drive kicks off Live! In the House” concert series

Press Staff Writer

       The Pemberville Freedom Area Historical Society’s Live! In the House concert series kicks off its 12th season of programming with a performance by Sunday Drive Saturday, Sept. 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the historic Pemberville Opera House, located at 115 Main St.
        Built in 1892 and completely restored to its original glory in 1999, the Opera House was built as a true “theatre on the second floor.” The venue is completely handicapped accessible.
        Sunday Drive will take the audience on a musical journey down Memory Lane with music from the `50s, `60s and `70s.
        The multiple award-winning family from Tennessee is comprised of Misty Treece, singer and bargain shopper who loves spending time with family and church; Jeff Treece, musician, songwriter, comedian and classic car lover, and Dusty Treece, musician and singer who loves family time and Tennessee athletics.
        The trio has received more than 20 Entertainer and Vocal Group of the Year awards, combined with multiple number-one songs.
        They have performed at such prestigious venues such as The Grand Ole Opry, Dollywood, Silver Dollar City and The National Quartet Convention. They have shared a stage with The Oak Ridge Boys, The Gaithers, Big Daddy Weave, David Crowder Band, The McKameys and many more.
        Tickets for the concert are $12 and are available at the door or in advance at Beeker’s General Store, 226 E. Front St., Pemberville or by contacting Carol at 419-287-4848 or
        The 2019-20 series, season lineup also includes:
        • Oct. 5 – Williamson Branch. Nashville-based, the high-energy, high steppin’ show features a fine-tuned variety of bluegrass, gospel and country music, accentuated by world class Appalachian clog dancing.
        • Nov. 2 – Voices of Ohio, a dynamic, professional adult vocal show group that performs a wide variety of contemporary and traditional music.
        • Dec. 7 – Historical Society Gala. Enjoy a “fancy” night out at the opera house featuring music, mocktails and an assortment of appetizers. Tickets purchased outside of the season ticket package will be $25.
        • Jan. 4, 2020 – Silent Movie Night, one of most popular programs in the annual series. Come and catch a “flicker show” accompanied by Lynne Long on the piano.
        • Feb. 1 – Heartland Sings, an a cappella show featuring tight harmonies and special vocal effects.
        • March 7 – Lone Raven performs an eclectic blend of traditional music from the Celtic lands and various areas of the world. With more than 20 instruments on stage, the band soars through everything from fiery Irish reels to Gypsy fiddle tunes to haunting airs just in time for St. Patty’s Day.
        • April 4 – Picks `n Sticks, an acoustic string band that entertains with all kinds of older music in all kinds of styles on a wide variety of instruments including banjo, fiddle, piano, mandolin, penny whistle, accordion, auto harp, hammer dulcimer, uke, trumpet, bells, clarinet and bass, to name a few.
        • May 2 – Lisa Biales Trio. Performing comes naturally for this Ohio native who grew up in a musical family and has been singing from the moment she could remember. Known as the Belle of The Blues, Biales and company engage audiences with their laid-back stylings.
        Individual concert tickets are $12. Season tickets are available for $90. More details are available at or contact Carol 419-287-4848.


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