WATCH: Jack Smink to present a special benefit show for Medal of Honor recipients tonight with all new show, songs
JACK’S BACK WITH A BRAND NEW SHOW!
LOOK: Jack Smink and the band rehearse to talk about their concert on Saturday, October 2 at the Space Coast Convention Center to benefit the Medal of Honor Park on Merritt Island on Florida’s Space Coast.
LOOK: George Golden, Donald J. Flamio, Donn Weaver and Jack Smink talk about their concert on Saturday October 2 at the Space Coast Convention Center to benefit the Medal of Honor Park on Merritt Island on Florida’s Space Coast.
Lightning Strikes Twice Productions Dinner Show
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Jack Smink’s Lightning Strikes Twice Productions will present their special Medal of Honor recipient benefit show on Saturday, October 2 at the Space Coast Convention Center, located at 301 Tucker Lane in Cocoa.
Proceeds from a silent auction, 50/50 raffle and donations will be donated to the Veterans Memorial Center and the River Rats Veterans group for the construction of the Medal of Honor Memorial Building.
The Brevard Veterans Memorial Center, located at 400 S. Sykes Creek Parkway on Merritt Island behind the Merritt Square Mall, is a non-profit organization with one goal in mind… serving our veterans.
Silent auction items have been donated by many local vendors and businesses and guests of honor will include Medal of Honor recipient Melvin Morris, national and local government officials, former local government officials, honored military veterans, leaders of the Brevard business community – and more, ”said Smink.
NEW SHOW! NEW SONGS! NEW LOOK!
For the show, Smink said he will perform brand new music, with a brand new show, new songs and a new look.
“This benefit show will feature songs from the 60s, 70s and older,” Smink said. “I chose the songs and put new and updated musical arrangements on them, and on a challenge, I even chose an AC / DC song!” said Smink.
Smink has been a singer and artist for 45 years and is famous for his unique voice, which naturally led him to sing the music of Elvis.
Originally, in 1976, he thought it would be fun to sing an Elvis song at a local religious festival. His looks and his Elvis voice made it easier. The crowd loved it and Smink’s future as an Elvis tribute artist was defined.
He then traveled across the United States, England and beyond in auditoriums large and small – including a seven-year run in his own Vegas-style showroom – presenting his Elvis tribute shows. “Unfinished Business”.
The doors to the special Medal of Honor benefit show will open at 6 p.m. Tickets for the show, which starts at 7 p.m. including dinner, are $ 48.
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE NOW by calling or texting Karen at 321-604-1344.