The Johnnie High Country Music Revue
Susan Monzingo Marcontell

Shows every night  through December 16th at 7:30pm
3 shows on December 16th at 10:00am, 3:00pm and 7:30pm

Ticket prices are $16.00 per person and Children $8.00.  The number to call to order tickets is: 817-226-4400.  Please tell them that you are friends of mine (Susan) and hopefully that may get you better seats.  (ha!)  The Saturday shows fill up fast so if you know you need to get tickets, it might not be a bad idea to reserve the tickets now. It is reserved seating.  We have a snack bar that will be opened before the show - cold drinks (no alcohol), hot dogs, sandwiches, candy, etc., and it will open again for the intermission.

Please let me know if you reserve seats for this show and I will post your name on this page.  Gayla Mitchell

Responses:

Jim Pharr
Gary and Cynthia Duncan

Directions:

(from Hwy. 360 Arlington)

Off Hwy. 360 take the Division exit and to West. (going north you turn left, going south turn right) 

Continue on Division to Center Street. (One Way Street - only way to turn is left)

At Center Street, turn left. The Johnnie High Country Music Revue - Arlington Music Hall is on the right. (you WONT miss it)

Parking is available on the side of the building.

Review:
I wanted to let you know that Cynthia and I were able to make it to Susan's show, the Johnnie High Country Music Review and it was really a great evening. Those who didn't make it, well, you missed a good one.  Not only a good show but the good talents of our classmate and her family.  You may have noticed from my reunion music selections that I'm not a big Country Music fan with Grand Funk being my favorite band. Not to worry, Susan's show was a special Country Christmas show and I have to tell ya, it really was special with a lot of Christmas and very little Country.

The first half of the show was funny, happy and kinda Christmas festive.  The second half turned a little more serious and was intended to turn you toward "the reason for the season" before all of the commercial stuff came along. I would encourage any of our classmates who can to get some tickets and get to that show in the next couple of weeks if you can. It is well worth your time.

Gary Duncan