Somebody’s Angel Concert

Enjoy the Sights and Sounds of Christmas during the Inaugural Dedication of

“Somebody’s Angel”

December 4, 2010 |
7:00 P.M.
$10 per Person In Advance Angel Museum

Performed by David Khai

On December 4th at 7:00 PM, attendees will be entertained by the sights and sounds of the Christmas Season with an exclusively planned concert featuring David Khai and his new Angel inspired song, “Somebody’s Angel.”  Dave Khai, a native of Fond du Lac Wisconsin now living in Beloit, started his singing songwriting career way back in fifth grade. He has written over 400 songs performing in a wide variety of venues.

The song, “Somebody’s Angel” was written with co-writer Amy Jo when the two were in Nashville. It was a cold, rainy, very damp and dreary night and the two were not connecting the song they were trying to write when a happening occurred; Amy Jo got into the “vamp” on her guitar and David started singing.

A Country feel, “Somebody’s Angel” was born. Amy took it back to Orange County and finished the second verse and bridge. Now after it being shopped around the industry for five years, it finally has a home at the Angel Museum.  “Many lives have been deeply touched by this song as it relates to people on so many levels,” according to David.

There are three very distinct moving stories with the chorus prompting all of us to be “Somebody’s Angel,” said Khai. In addition to the inaugural dedication of the song which will be sold exclusively at the Angel Museum, David will perform original and traditional Holiday songs during the two hour concert. Concert will be in the museum at 7:00 PM.

A short sample of “Somebody’s Angel”[audio:http://www.angelmuseum.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/Somebodys-Angel-clip-fade.mp3|titles=Somebody’s Angel clip]

Admission $10.00 in advance – $15.00 at the door.
Seating is limited to 50 people and tickets can be purchased at the Angel Museum
656 Pleasant St.
Or by calling 608-362-9099