by Rebecca Barnett
Isaiah Christian created the Winchester’s Fireman Virtual Concert series, which consisted of five separate events showcasing his amazing vocal talents and his generous heart for the community.
He brought together some of his closest and vocally talented friends to raise money for a great cause and all the proceeds went directly to the Winchester Fire Department. They raised a total of $1700. The community cannot deny that we love to hear one of our own making waves to support others.
All events were held virtually and “live” due to COVID-19 precautions but can still be viewed at https://m.facebook.com/isaiahchristian/.
The first event was held on August 30 at The Russet Cup Loft in Winchester, Illinois. MIE & The Boys, the group of talented musicians that performed, includes Tim and Tammie Welch, Jamie Keener and Isaiah Christian. It was amazing, and I was lucky enough to enjoy the production in person … I cannot express how live bands simply make you feel grateful for great friends and family. Thank you, Seth Brickey, for hosting.
The second virtual show was held on September 6 at The Riverbank in Florence, Illinois featuring performances by Bradley Miller and Isaiah Christian.
The third event, held on September 13, featured Joshua Littig who contributed his time to the worthy cause for the love of his family and the community, at his home in St. Charles, Missouri.
Robert Sampson went live from a show in Springfield on September 20. Bringing his beautiful blues genre to the cause for the fourth event.
The last and final show of the event featured Isaiah Christian and The Rebel Saints on September 27 at the Plum Creek Golf Course. It was a great finale with amazing weather.
Thank you, Isaiah Christian Littig, for all your generosity and heart when it comes to Winchester Fire Department and the community.
Thank you to all the locations for hosting and to the musicians for making the Winchester’s Fireman Virtual Concert series a success!