Fame-bound singer and songwriter Maggie Renfroe will be in concert at The Library Ballroom, Saturday, January 26th, 2019! Proceeds will benefit the Fuller Center for Housing of Macon to help renovate derelict houses. Won't you join us for a great cause!
TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW!
General Admission Tickets: $20
Doors open at 7:00PM. Music at 7:30PM starting with the Tuten Brothers
All ticket sales will benefit The Fuller Center for Housing of Macon, Georgia!
The Fuller Center for Housing of Macon is a local partner of the Fuller Center for Housing, an affordable housing nonprofit working in 60 U.S. cities and 17 nations throughout the world. The Macon organization works to repair and rehabilitate owner-occupied homes for families who, due to economic circumstances, cannot otherwise afford a simple, decent and affordable home.
Thank you to these generous sponsors for making this event a possibility!
Their gifts will insure help for a needy family.
Cherokee Brick, McNair, McLemore, Middlebrooks & Co, LLC, Geico, James Bates, LLP, Fazoli's, Widner & Associates, Inc., and Greg's GA Gardens.
Maggie Renfroe is an 19 year old singer-songwriter from Macon, Georgia currently attending Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. She has a soulful sound with a modern twist. She’s a free spirit with an authentic connection to her audience.
Interested in singing and guitar playing from the age of 7, Maggie is making her dream of a music career a reality. For several years Maggie trained under “Mama Jan” at Jan Smith Studios in Atlanta, Georgia before making her debut on the national stage with Season 11 of The Voice. She has two EP albums available, How Did I Get Here and Girl Code – now available on iTunes and Spotify.
Performing throughout the Southeast, Maggie has had the pleasure of opening for Jason Aldean, Scotty McCreery, Randell Bramlett, Bear Rinehart from Need to Breathe, and David Cook. Maggie is currently working on new songs and enjoys performing around Nashville.