Country act performing in Wheelersburg


The non-profit Living With a Cause is ready to welcome the popular country band, Terry Hall and the Dave Morrison Band, to their Wheelersburg venue and are excited about the big talent returning to entertain the community.

Many of the concerts Living With a Cause provides are free to the public, thanks to sponsorships raised, but some bands require a ticket price. Terry Hall and the Dave Morrison Band is one of those performances.

“We are doing all we can to keep another Wheelersburg venue alive with lights on,” Living With a Cause’s Mike Gifford said. “We raise money and sell tickets just to keep the lights on and offer the community something to do. This isn’t about profit. We just don’t want to close it down. I don’t like to see a building dark in Wheelersburg.”

While they don’t benefit from the events themselves, with the goal being to keep the venue open, Gifford says they are, sometimes, able to raise some funding to do good in the community. Some of the causes they champion include benefits for veterans, autism awareness, down syndrome causes, and more.

“Why do we do this? We help people. Not only by providing hundreds of free shows, but also by providing opportunities to other people through our service,” Gifford explained.

Talent runs deep in the family for Dave Morrison, whose son, Seth Morrison, is the lead guitarist for the world-renowned band Skillet

“People typically show up for the country music bands,” Gifford explained. “People like it. Plus, the Dave Morrison Band is just super, along with Terry Hall. We expect there to be a lot of interest in these fantastic acts and we hope to get Wheelersburg rocking.”

Terry Hall and the Dave Morrison Band is performing Saturday, November 11 at 7 p.m. Admission is $10. They are at 8805 Ohio River Road.

Reach Joseph Pratt at (740) 353-3101, by email at [email protected], © 2023 Portsmouth Daily Times, all rights reserved.

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