"Still The One" Concert Brings Hope To Domestic Violence Victims
Updated: May 13
About The Show
One of the hottest tickets in town, national sister act Gracie & Lacy bring the house down with jazzified renditions of popular love songs blended with smooth harmonies and garnished with a dash of tap dancing! Joined by the powerhouse Forte band and NYC comedian emcee, Jonathan Dickson, this is a MUST SEE show in Charleston. A portion of the proceeds from the June 11th performances at Forte Jazz Lounge will support My Sister's House to help victims of domestic violence. A special performance of Lacy's original song, There Is Hope, will be sung in their honor.
Gracie & Lacy - Vocalists, Dancers
Jonathan Dickson - Emcee
Nolan Tecklenburg - Keys
Josh Hoover - Drums
John F. Kennedy - Bass
Brian Bohannon - Trumpet
Jon Phillips - Saxophone
Bill McSweeney - Trombone
About My Sister's House
MSH has been serving the Lowcountry and supporting victims of domestic violence since 1980. We are a comprehensive program designed to empower victims of intimate partner violence and rebuild after abuse. Domestic violence is one of the most common of all crimes. Approximately 33 million, or 15%, of American adults, are current or former victims. 85% of these victims are women. Experts estimate that for every reported incident, there may be 10-30 incidents that are not reported. Financial abuse occurs in 99% of cases of abuse and is often stated as the main reason victims stayed with or returned to an abusive partner. At MSH, we believe that all victims deserve hope and access to support, services and quality care. Learn more: https://www.mysistershouse.org
"Best Charleston has to offer. If you see them once you want to see them for every show."
★★★★★ Joyce Y., Facebook
“I thought your show was great!”
★★★★★ Bob Cabana, Director - NASA’s Kennedy Space Center
“We have been to a number of the Gracie and Lacy shows and are never let down. These sisters are top notch entertainers!”
★★★★★ Google Review, Sandra Selvitelli
"Their talent and unrelenting devotion to the Great American Songbook can't be underestimated..."
★★★★★ Cabaret Scenes Magazine