Clearwater, FL, June 26, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- Tampa Bay artists performed a musical medley covering several genres including Jazz, Blues, Country, Pop and inspirational music and learned the history of the songs giving new depth to old favorites, delighting the 23 guests who attended.
Some of the songs performed were, You Got a Friend in Me, Satin Doll, Sister and We Shall Be Free.
One of the performers, shared the history of We Shall Be Free stating, “Garth Brooks wrote it to stress the importance of freedom from poverty, racial and religious intolerance and freedom of love between all people. He was vilified when it first came out as some people couldn’t accept that idea. Well, I see nothing wrong with his positive message an as a matter of fact Scientology’s Founder, L. Ron Hubbard said something similar in the Creed of the Scientology Religion, ‘That all men of whatever race, color or creed were created with equal rights…And that no agency less than God has the power to suspend or set aside these rights, overtly or covertly’.”
One guest, Michelle said after the event, “Thank you for organizing this concert. It was a much-needed event. People have been craving the opportunity to get out of the house and come together safely and enjoy music, so this was perfect.”
The Scientology Information Center is located at 500 Cleveland Street in downtown Clearwater. For more information about the Center’s community events or to learn more about the Center please call 727-467-6966.
For more information on Scientology, visit www.scientology.org or the Scientology Network on DirecTV channel 320, or streaming at www.scientology.tv or apps at appleTV, fireTV and ROKU.
The Scientology Information Center:
The Scientology Information Center, located in the century-old Clearwater Building in downtown Clearwater, opened on July 11, 2015, and currently houses a gallery of audiovisual displays with some 400 videos. The Center is open to all and provides a self-guided tour showing basic Scientology beliefs, Churches around the world, ongoing social programs and the life of L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology's founder. The Center offers tours to the broad public; holds concerts, theatrical performances and receptions for the community; and opens up the use of its conference room to social, civic and non-profit groups.