All-Time Favorites On Song List For “Hope, Harmony & Healing” Concert

Proceeds to benefit underinsured and uninsured North Carolinians with breast cancer

April 8, 2010 (RALEIGH, NC) – General Assembly Chorus, the Southeast’s premier men’s chorus, has announced the song list for “Hope, Harmony & Healing,” the April 24th Spring Concert in Raleigh to benefit Pretty In Pink Foundation.

The list will serve up a slew of popular standards and favorites.

Emceed by WRAL-TV’s Debra Morgan, the matinee and evening concerts will open with a set that includes “Happy Days Are Here Again,” Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie,” “The Story of the Rose (Heart of My Heart),” “Follow the Flag,” and “When I Lift Up My Head.”

The second set will offer “It’s Only A Paper Moon,” “Smilin’ Through,” “Sittin’ On Top Of The World,” “When I Fall In Love,” and “L-O-V-E.”

The final set of the concert will include “A Thousand Thoughts of You” and “Who’s Sorry Now.”

Joining General Assembly Chorus for the a capella concert will be International Barbershop Quartet Champions “The Acoustix” and the 2009 Sweet Adelines’ Silver Medalists “Jackpot!”

“Hope, Harmony & Healing” will take place Saturday, April 24, in the Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts, Meymandi Concert Hall, in downtown Raleigh. The matinee performance will start at 2 p.m. The evening concert will begin at 7:30.

Proceeds raised through tickets sales and the corporate sponsorships will benefit the Pretty In Pink Foundation, a North Carolina 501(c)(3)  Reserved tickets are $25; $20 general admission. Tickets for children under 12 are $15 reserved, $10 general admission. A $2 Senior Discount is available for those 55 and over. Tickets may be ordered by calling 919-741-6582, or by going online at

For more information on Pretty In Pink Foundation, visit

About Pretty In Pink Foundation:

Pretty In Pink Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides financial resources for uninsured and underinsured North Carolinians who are diagnosed with breast cancer and have limited financial means. Founded in 2004 by Dr. Lisa Tolnitch, a breast cancer surgeon, Pretty In Pink Foundation is positioned to have a point of presence in every state by 2020. Committed to providing hope, health and healing, Pretty In Pink Foundation has a growing network of healthcare professionals and quality of life partners. For more information on fundraising events, ways to help and how to become a volunteer, visit the website at, or join the Pretty In Pink Foundation Fan page on Facebook.

Take the CHAIR Trail for Habitat for Humanity of Wake County

Purple Armchair has announced the hosts for the chairs-turned-art for Habitat for Humanity of Wake County’s 2008 CHAIRity Gala & Auction, to be held October 11, 7-11 p.m. at Purple Armchair, 600 N. West St., in downtown Raleigh.

From now until October 10, the 30-plus chairs that area artists “recycled” into works of original art can be seen at:
The Cupcake Shoppe – Glenwood South
Turkish Delight – Glenwood South

Kohn Associates – Glenwood South

Edge Office – Glenwood South

Helio’s – Glenwood South

Hardtimes Café – Glenwood South

The Globe – Glenwood South

FM – Glenwood South

Catch 22 – Glenwood South
Little Art Gallery – Cameron Village

Antiques Emporium – Cameron Village
Visual Art Exchange – 325 Blake Street in City Market
Flanders Gallery –  18 Seaboard Avenue

Margaux’s (4 chairs) – 8111 Creedmoor Road

Humble Pie – 316 S. Harrington Street

The George – Glenwood South

Local Color Gallery – Glenwood South
Raleigh Downtowner offices – 617 W. Jones St.

Downtown Raleigh Alliance offices – 120 S. Wilmington St.

Modern Times gallery – 10 E. Hargett St.

Purple Armchair – 600 N.West St.