Ronnie McDowell is on an exciting new adventure, Painting America. It is the name of his new television show which sends the multi-talented star touring the country to find amazing stories to create his next great masterpiece. Each episode ends with a concert to unveil the paintings Ronnie creates from his journeys with proceeds going to local charities.
On May 19, 2018, fans are invited to take part in a special taping of Painting America in McDowell’s hometown of Portland, Tennessee. The next big unveil will be held at the Days Gone By Museum at 122 Davis Street in Portland, Tennessee. Special guest and longtime friend, Ava Barber of Lawrence Welk fame will join Ronnie in song. The beneficiary of this episode will be Christmas For Kids.
Ronnie shares, “I can’t think of a better cause. I love doing things for the kids. And just to see their faces light up. It is magical.”
For tickets, fans can call 615-325-4783. This will be a wonderful opportunity to be part of the tv show, enjoy great music and witness breathtaking artwork.
In the meantime, Ronnie McDowell continues to write and record new music. The singer is currently touring with a busy calendar, including an upcoming appearance on Ray Steven’s national television show, CabaRay in June. McDowell is also hosting his own cruise this year.
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