Phil Vassar, Charlie Daniels to play Lynchburg benefit concert - WSLS 10 NBC in Roanoke/Lynchburg Va

Phil Vassar, Charlie Daniels to play Lynchburg benefit concert

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LYNCHBURG, VA -

Lynchburg native and Country Music singer Phil Vassar has signed a legendary fiddler to help him raise money for The Miller Home.

Campbell Entertainment Group announced on Tuesday that Charlie Daniels, of "Devil Went Down to Georgia" fame, will join Vassar on April 11th in the Hill City.  The duo will play the benefit concert at the Phase 2 Dining and Entertainment club.

Tickets are $35.00, or $95.00 for VIP tickets.

Proceeds from the concert will be donated to The Miller Home, which offers a safe place for girls aged four to 21.

You can buy tickets at Miller Home of Lynchburg, 2134 Westerly Drive, or by calling (434) 845-0241 during regular business hours.

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