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Iowa Andrews Sisters

The Iowa Andrews Sisters, (left to right) Olivia Pappas, Marta Eenhuis and Kaye Steger, will be joined by the River City Chorus and North Iowa Choral Society for KCMR Radio’s 28th Annual Christmas Concert at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20, at the North Iowa Community Auditorium on the NIACC campus.

MASON CITY — KCMR Radio’s 28th annual Christmas Concert will bring together top Iowa singers performing classic Christmas songs.

The Iowa Andrews Sisters, vocalist Trevor Rayhons and the 50-member New Horizons Band will headline the cast.

“An Old Fashioned Christmas” will light up the North Iowa Community Auditorium stage at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20.

The New Horizons Band will perform “Christmas Declaration,” a holiday medley including “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” and “Angels We Have Heard On High!”

Trevor Rayhons will be back by popular demand with his rendition of “O Holy Night.”

The Iowa Andrews Sisters – Kaye Steger, Marta Eenhuis and Olivia Pappas – will be joined by a special guest for a classic rendition of “Santa Baby.” TV’s Jon Rivas will serve as master of ceremonies.

The River City Chorus will perform “Slow Rockin’ Christmas” and Melissa Shallberg will sing “It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas.”

The North Iowa Choral Society Quartet with Samantha Pang will perform “Who Would Imagine A King.”

KCMR Radio’s Cole Younger with the River City Rangers will sing “Birthday of Our King” and “Beautiful Star of Bethlehem.”

Also featured will be the full North Iowa Choral Society, Pastor Dan and Molly Gerrietts, Dave Skattebo, Paul Gagnon, The Covenant Quartet, The Ouverson Family, Pastor Matthew Muters and Christian Gossweiler.

Prelude music will be performed by pianist Gary Gjerstad.

“We are very excited to have such an incredible lineup of top singers and performers,” said Marta Eenhuis, director.

Early bird discount tickets are available at Tickets are also available at Hy-Vee, First Citizens Bank and the KCMR Studios in Mason City; Thrifty White Pharmacy in Clear Lake; and from members of the KCMR board of directors. Call 641-424-9300 for information.

KCMR is a listener-supported Christian radio station at 316 N. Federal Ave., Mason City. The concert is sponsored by Major Erickson Funeral Home.

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