“Comin’ Home” is the theme for the Ringgold Singers spring concert to be presented Friday, April 30 and Sunday, May 2, at the Princess Theater in Mount Ayr.
The community chorus, which has members from Ringgold and surrounding counties, will be performing at 7:30 p.m. Friday evening and at 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
Director Camille Jackson has selected a number of songs with themes of “home” for the concert this year.
Group numbers will include “Country Roads,” “Superstar” with a solo by Kathy Shields, “Home” with solos by Dick Jackson and Carol Cason; “I’ve Been Everywhere,” with solos by Larry White and Mark Hickman; “America the Beautiful;” “Daddy Sang Bass;” “Going Home;” “This Old House,” “Green, Green Grass of Home” with narrator Alan Ibbotson; “Railroad Runs Through The Middle of the House,” with solos by various members of the group; “How Much Is That Doggie In the Window?” with solos by Linda Phipps, Alan Smith and Vicki Zollman; “Won’t You Come Home, Bill Bailey;” “Y’all Come” with solo by Jodi Lawrence; and “The House Is A Rockin’,” with dancers Raymond and Donna Shields.
Solos and small groups include “I Was Born in Ringgold County” by Rob Rolfe; “I’m Already There” by Alan Ibbotson; “Thinking About Home,” solo by Carol MacCreary; “In A Little While,” duet by Chuck Weiman and Shannon Brown; “Bring Him Home,” men’s chorus with solo by Alan Smith; “Bless This House,” women’s chorus of Kathy Shields, Jodi Lawrence, Shannon Brown, Kathleen Myers, Sue Beck, Lynda Rolfe, Janet Hickman and Vicky Zollman; and a handyman skit.