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Free concert Oct. 29 at Richmond Hill church
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Faith-based rock bands Crimson Overtone from Marietta and Tricord from Jesup will perform a free concert at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 29 at First Baptist Church Richmond Hill, 9184 Ford Avenue.

 Doors open at 7: p.m. The concert is free but guests are asked to bring non-perishable food items to donate to the First Baptist ELEOS Food Pantry which serves over 120 Bryan County families each month. 

The bands will accept donations to cover their costs and help them secure future tour dates. Ten percent of all donations and merchandise sales will be given back to local missions, according to the promoters.

Crimson Overtone is comprised of members who met in recovery and have experienced a variety of low points in life which they overcame through their faith and through each other. Crimson Overtone lead singer  Christina (Smith) Hagle is a 2015 graduate of Richmond Hill High School where she served as drum major,

Tricord is an alternative rock/rap band from South Georgia. It was founded in March 2020 and has grown significantly since then. The members of Tricord consist of lead singer and bassist Jermaine Nixon. guitarist and back up vocalist Charles Martin, and drummer Korey Greer.

The members of Tricord understand what it is like to experience everyday life. From addiction, to depression, anxiety, and everything in between. They want its listeners to know they are not alone. 

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