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Come check out Racine Honda’s very first “10-4 GOOD BUDDY” concert Friday, October 4th beginning at 7 p.m. The concert will occur at 14001 Washington Avenue in Sturtevant and proceeds will benefit the United Way of Racine.
Racine Honda has announced Chicagoland legends Jack D’Amico and Christina Grace Amato will open for “10-4 GOOD BUDDY.” These are two of Chicagoland’s finest entertainers with their own take on Frank Sinatra and Barbra Streisand. Also opening is Wisconsin’s very own Ricky Orta II: The Duo! You won’t want to miss the Eddie Van Zant Band, who will rev your engines and keep your motors running on the dance floor until last call!
“10-4 GOOD BUDDY” will feature Tim Bernard, Nightsphere III musician of the year and former lead guitarist of Chicago’s legendary band One Season, as Eddie Van Zant Band’s special guest guitarist. Bernard is a descendant of the widely recognizable, iconic Van Zant family, a real-deal cowboy and country music man. He will bring you “Sweet Home Alabama” and other favorites like you’ve never heard!
More surprises will be announced at the event, so come join Racine Honda for their first annual concert and charitable customer celebration event!
Tickets can be purchased at www.RTE20.com or by calling 262-240-4834. For more information, please call Daniel LaBelle at (773) 814-8416.
Racine Honda’s “10-4 GOOD BUDDY” customer appreciation event is proudly presented by Racine Honda, Route 20, RAMAC and The United Way of Racine.