Musical Honors

TUSCUMBIA – Health care providers, first responders, and essential workers who have been on the frontlines during the battle with COVID-19, will have a special free musical event in their honor on Monday, July 20 from 6-8pm at Spring Park in Tuscumbia.

Life Coach Casey Eggleston and Shoals City TV are sponsoring the event as part of this year’s W.C. Handy Music Festival.  “We planned this event to say thank you and show our appreciation to the many individuals who have been such a tremendous help to people in the Shoals,” Eggleston said.  

The concert will feature music byAnna Kate Warner, Rev. Jerry Reeves & Ensemble, Colbert County Sheriff Frank Williamson, Common Ground, Brae Allen, and Deja King White.   

Eggleston and Pastor Greg Corble will also offer a prayer at 6:50pm for the protection and safety of health care providers, first responders, and all essential workers. Immediately after the special prayer, at 7pm, everyone will be asked across the Shoals to honk their car horns and give a round of applause for all health care providers, essential workers, first responders, grocery workers, delivery workers, and everyone who has diligently worked during the COVID-19 pandemic. The concert will also air live on Facebook at

“We appreciate the many businesses who have joined as co-sponsors to help make this event possible,” Eggleston added. 

That list includes the city of Tuscumbia, the Law Office of Robert F. Smith, Superhero Chef Restaurant, Shoals Management, TVA Community Credit Union, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Potts & Young Attorneys, L.L.P., New Birth Ministries, Dick Howell’s BBQ, and Distinguished Productions.  

Thanks to the support of these businesses, Eggleston will be able to present a donation to the Helen Keller Foundation, Colbert County Sheriff’s Department,  and the Colbert County Association of Volunteer Fire Departments. 

The concert will also be aired on FM radio for those who are parked in their cars or just want to listen within a 10 mile  radius.  Check the FB page for details.

“We ask everyone getting out of their cars at the park or sitting in lounge chairs and blankets in the park to please act responsibly by maintaining social distancing and/or wearing a mask.”  

For more information, please contact Eggleston at 256-710-1558.