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Ernie Haase Concert Tickets Now On Sale Online

GREENEVILLE, TN – Tickets to the Nov. 24 Ernie Haase and Signature Sound concert are now available for purchase online.

Proceeds from the concert, which will be held at 7 p.m. in the Niswonger Performing Arts Center, will go toward upgrading  mammography equipment at Takoma Regional Hospital.

A Fujifilm full-field digital mammography unit is scheduled for installation at Takoma Regional by Nov. 1, according to Dr. Raymond Kohne, the hospital’s medical director of radiology.

 “This new equipment is important because it enables us to see the tissue underneath the breast and will help us save more lives,” Dr. Kohne said. “We want the best possible images because our patient’s lives are in our hands, and this new machine will provide that.”

To purchase tickets online, please go to http://www.greenevillenpac.com. Tickets also may be purchased  at the NPAC box office from 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. on weekday, or call (423) 638-1679 to order tickets. 

Reserved seats are $35 ($25 for groups of 10 or more). VIP tickets cost $100 and include preferred seating, a free CD and a reception and photo with the artists before the concert.

Combining 21st-century ideas with the timeless quality of great quartets from the 1950s, Ernie Haase and Signature Sound has built a devoted following of fans who are inspired by the group’s unconventional approach to communicating their Christian faith. 

The group's founder and leader, Ernie Haase, was a longtime member of the famous Cathedral Quartet. After the Cathedrals bid farewell to their five-decade platform in the music industry, Haase's passion for gospel music led him to begin a new era in gospel music. 

The upcoming Greeneville concert will not only yield entertainment and inspiration for listeners, but more advanced healing technologies at Takoma Regional. Upgrading to digital mammography equipment at the hospital will allow physicians and clinicians to use less radiation, while also capturing images that allow for finer discrimination and better interpretation, according to Lindy Riley, Foundation director.

For more information, please contact Riley at 798-8136.

 



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