An Evening with a Legend presented by Chase JPMorgan to benefit UNT Health Science Center
You are cordially invited to spend "An Evening with a Legend" presented by Chase and JP Morgan at 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7, when country music legend Clint Black performs an intimate acoustic concert benefiting UNT Health Science Center at Bass Performance Hall.
The event, which will be held in Fort Worth’s premier performance venue, will be a celebration of the Health Science Center’s 40-year partnership with the Fort Worth community in improving the state of health care in the city and beyond.
Proceeds from the concert will go to support Center researchers in their work to find solutions to important health problems and to enhance educational opportunities for the next generation of scientists and public health and health care professionals currently in training at UNTHSC, one of the country’s distinguished graduate academic centers.
Major sponsors of "An Evening with a Legend" are Chase and JPMorgan, Integra Realty Resources, Sundance Square, Walsh Foundation, Frost Bank, American Airlines, Ann and Michael Williams, Drs. Janice Knebl and Thomas Fairchild, Elena and Tom Yorio, and the University of North Texas.
Other sponsors at this writing include Cantey Hanger LLP, Cash America International Inc., Dewberry, JACOBS, Elaine and Myron Jacobson, Kelly Hart & Hallman LLP, Legend Healthcare, Pinnacle Bank, Texas Christian University, Texas Health Resources, Dr. and Mrs. Albert Yurvati, Paul Dorman and Arnie Gachman, Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Bass, Tim Doke, Michele and Fred Reynolds, The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, and The Ryan Foundation. Media sponsors are 360 West, Fort Worth Business Press, Star-Telegram, WBAP Radio and KLTY Radio.
Ben and Lori Loughry are co-chairs for the benefit. Honorary chairs are State Sen. Jane Nelson, State Rep. Charlie Geren, Tarrant County Judge B. Glen Whitley and Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price.
Clint Black, the evening’s featured performer, has enjoyed a stellar music career, compiling almost two dozen No. 1 hit songs and selling more than 20 million albums worldwide.
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