Back in late 2013, we wrote about Natasha Owens, a Dallas-based contemporary Christian singer with Arlington in her background. Her debut album, I Made It Through, dealt with themes of healing and restoration after the sudden death of Owens’ father, Michael Harlow, in 2010.
The album earned Owens some attention on Christian radio, and she toured with Christian stars such as Michael W. Smith and Jason Crabb. On March 20, she’ll be in Dallas, along with Crabb and and singer-songwriter Cass Dillon, for “An Evening of Music, Conversation and Hope.”
As that title indicates, the evening is about more than singing. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for the event, which will be at the Great Hall of Park Cities Baptist Church in Dallas. There’ll be a red-carpet VIP lounge meet-and-greet with the singers and other celebrities beginning at 6. and appetizers and a silent auction beginning at 6:30. The concert, along with a live auction, will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Everything benefits St. Timothy Christian Academy, a Plano nonprofit Christian school for students with learning differences. This clip provides a little idea of what the school is about.
John Hudson, host of KLTY/94.9 FM’s Saturday-night New Music Cafe, will host the event at the church, 3933 Northwest Parkway in Dallas. Tickets are $40 general admission; $100 for the VIP meet-and-greet. Tickets are available here. For more info, contact Vicky Warren, Director of Operations/Development at St. Timothy Christian Academy, 972-509-7822 or email@example.com.