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LSt presents ‘A Night with Destiny Stone’

7:30 p.m. Nov. 23
Lee Street theatre hosts Destiny Stone as the featured artist in LSt’s Spotlight Series.

A 2018 graduate of Catawba College, Stone first got Salisbury’s attention as Nina Now, a tribute to the late Nina Simone, performed in a three-night series during her junior year at Catawba.

Since then, Destiny Stone has released two singles (one of which can be heard on 107.1 Livingstone College Radio), organized the Hey Black Girl Festival in June 2019, founded a non-proft organization called The Music House Inc. and was most recently the opening act for East Spencer’s first music festival.

Tickets available at leestreet.org or 704-310-5507 or at the door, 329 N Lee St.

 

Save The Date
6:30 p.m. • Dec 22

Carols and Cocoa featuring Destiny Stone. Proceeds benefit the Catawba music program and the House to Home Project, a fundraising initiative to raise money to renovate an old home on 11th St. in Salisbury, NC into The Music House’s future home. Follow on Facebook @The Music House, Inc.

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