Tickets Available for Smith Steele Concert Benefitting the Daytona State College Foundation
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. (Jan. 30, 2020) – Critically acclaimed singer/songwriters Anthony Smith and Jeffrey Steele, who have together written more than 100 country music top-10 hits, will perform a concert benefitting the Daytona State College Foundation this Friday, January 31, at the DSC News-Journal Center. A limited number of tickets remain and are being sold at the box office with proceeds helping provide financial support for students attending Daytona State. Tickets for the event are $50 and include a beer and wine reception and heavy hors d’oeurves at 6 p.m. followed by the concert at 7 p.m. Special VIP seats are also available for $75. Tickets can also be purchased through the DSC Foundation at Foundation.DaytonaState.edu or by calling (386) 506-3407.
Steele, a three-time BMI Songwriter of the Year and winner of CMA’s Triple Play Award, wrote “My Wish” and “What Hurts the Most” by Rascal Flatts, as well as “The Cowboy in Me” by Tim McGraw. Smith’s songs include George Strait’s “Cowboys Like Us” and hits recorded by Blake Shelton, Taylor Swift, Kenny Chesney, Faith Hill and many others. Together they wrote Trace Adkins’ hit, “Chrome.”
The Daytona State College Foundation is a direct support organization of Daytona State College whose mission is to provide financial assistance to students and funding for critical needs that are beyond the scope of the College’s budget.
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