Harmonies for Homes concert raises $100K+ for Habitat

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More than 200 people attended the second annual Harmonies for Homes concert on June 27 at Atlanta County Club. The event raised more than $100K to go toward the building of Habitat homes in Cobb County.

The “under the stars” event took place on the 18th hole green of Atlanta Country Club. The event featured music and stories from three talented nationally acclaimed artists:

Edwin McCain has been called the “great American romantic” by the New York Times.

Mark Broussard is a singer-songwriter whose style is best described as Bayou Soul, a mix of funk, blues, R&B, rock and pop, matched with distinctive southern roots.

Emerson Hart is the lead singer for the multi-platinum GRAMMY® Award-nominated alternative rock institution Tonic that has racked up six Top 10 songs.

This year’s concert was presented by Bercher Homes and produced by Mooncrush.

Other sponsors included:

Habitat Hero Sponsors: Young Contracting Foundation and Gieryn Family Foundation.

Hope Giver Sponsors: Miller Mechanical Engineers and Contractors and SA White Oil Company.

Helping Hand Sponsors: Salon Studios Beauty Mall, Stadium Spot, Alayne and George Sertl, Ann and Sheldon Taylor, Natalie and Tom Epperson

Heart to Heart Sponsors: Jan Pro, Innovative Construction, Allstate, ReMax, Mauldin & Jenkins, Lotus Vinyl, Allen Southern Properties, Brotherhood of Occidental Builders, Sheri and Tain Kell, Ronan P Doherty, and Bion and Kaye Jones.

Harmonies for Homes raises 100K+

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