A WSCC Holiday Rock Spectacular to take place in Ludington

LUDINGTON — The West Shore Community College Performing Arts Series, in collaboration with Radiant Church, will present “A WSCC Holiday Rock Spectacular,”  at 6:30 p.m., Dec. 10, at Radiant Church in Ludington.

The show will have musicians from the Verve Pipe, Brena, local favorites Groove 101, Edgar Struble, Kevin DePree, Chloe Kimes and more.

 This is an opportunity to ring in the holiday season with a powerful musical production featuring the music of The Trans-Siberian Orchestra, For King and Country, Stevie Wonder, Dolly Parton, and U2 to name a few. 

“The concept for this show was a result of last year’s Living Room Series and a conversation with our WSCC Production Manager Adam Knudsen," said Ted Malt, director of performing arts and professor of music studies. "Many of the 14 musicians that will perform were on our Living Room Series and it was my goal to thank them by featuring everyone in a live show. Each musician on stage I have had the opportunity to perform music professionally with and this will be a homecoming.”

Edgar Struble, producer and artist in residence at WSCC said, “It’s always a joy for me to participate in these WSCC Holiday events, and this year Ted and Adam have come up with something unique, featuring great singers and musicians from the area and beyond, playing holiday music that’s challenging and fun. I’m so looking forward to getting together with these talented folks, some of whom I’ve only met on a Zoom call, and putting together a memorable concert.”

WSCC Alumni will also be on the stage, including Craig Avery and Chloe Kimes.  

Kimes, who holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Business and Songwriting from Middle Tennessee State University said, “Not only am I excited to perform, but can’t wait to share the stage with so many local legends. This year’s Holiday Rock Spectacular is going to be a wonderful night.”

Malt added, “We are holding this event at Radiant Church in Ludington under the leadership of Pastor Jerry Theis.  We consider Jerry and his team part of our team and I am truly excited to continue to collaborate enhance programming in the future."

For more information and to purchase reserved seat tickets, visit westshore.edu/performingarts or call 231-843-5507, or stop by the box office located in the bookstore at Schoenherr Campus Center.

Visa, Master Card, Discover credit cards are accepted.

Although initial plans were for 2 shows, due to scheduling changes the 9 p.m. show will not take place.