Country musician Ty Herndon to perform concert to benefit Centralia student athletics

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Nov. 14—Grammy-nominated country music artist Ty Herndon will perform a concert to benefit the Centralia School District's youth and high school athletic programs on Dec. 20 at the Northwest Sports Hub, according to a news release.

The concert, which begins at 7:30 p.m., is presented by The Eli Network in partnership with the Centralia School District and Centralia Youth Sports with support from the Northwest Sports Hub.

"The concert will feature some of Ty Herndon's favorite holiday classics from his album, 'A Ty Herndon Christmas,' along with other possible selections by Ty, too," the release stated. Herndon has performed as part of Chehalis Music in the Park three times over the past 10 years.

"But this time, he returns to Lewis County specifically to support Centralia School District's youth and high school athletic programs," the release stated. "As part of the event, other fundraising opportunities will be happening on site throughout the duration of the event."

Herndon was born in Mississippi and now resides in the Nashville, Tennessee, area.

Some of his career highlights include "What Mattered Most," "I Want My Goodbye Back," "Living in a Moment" and "A Man Holdin' On (To a Woman Lettin' Go)."

Herndon's album "Journey On" was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Southern, Country or Bluegrass Gospel Album of the Year in 2011.

Reserved seating tickets for the concert range from $40 to $60 per ticket and are available for purchase at via Eventbrite.

Businesses are encouraged to contact The Eli Network for group bleacher rate sponsorship options, which include up to 55 seats per sponsored bleacher.

For more information, contact Paul Beattie of Eli Sports Network at

Learn more about Herndon at