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 You've heard John Hiatt's music in songs recorded by artists such as Rosanne Cash (#1 Country hit "The Way We Make a Broken Heart") and the Jeff Healey Band ("Angel Eyes").  As an American rock guitarist, pianist, singer, and songwriter, Hiatt has played a variety of musical styles on his albums, including new wave, blues and country.  He will perform on Thursday, January 15th at the 324-seat Plano Courtyard Theater in a concert benefiting Caron Texas. The Grammy nominee and Americana Music Association Lifetime Achievement Award winner for songwriting performs a career-spanning set of hits including his 22nd studio album Terms of My Surrender (2014).  The interview clip featured above gives us a nice glimpse into Hiatt's journey as a respected and influential American singer-songwriter.  Are you interested in attending this concert?   General admission for tickets is $49.99 per person.  Note: use the promotional code HIATT at check-out when you purchase tickets.  The coupon code represents a  'buy one - get one free' promotion on tickets purchased. You can purchase tickets HERE              

 This concert is a fundraising initiative for Caron Texas.  All net proceeds will benefit patient care, bring awareness in our community and support for those impacted by the disease of addiction.  Caron Texas treats men and women 18+ years of age in gender-separate facilities, offering residential gender-specific care by a team of addiction specialists and highly credentialed clinicians.  Caron Texas also offers a treatment program for young adult men, ages 18 to 25, which is designed to meet the unique needs of that population as they transition from teen to adult.  The Caron Texas staff works closely with the patient and family over the course of treatment to provide guidance, support and encouragement as they begin a life of recovery.  When a Caron Texas patient completes treatment, they are equipped with a wide range of tools to help them maintain a substance-free lifestyle.

Caron Texas is part of the Caron Treatment Centers network, which has nearly 60 years of experience in the field.  For more information on Caron's residential treatment plans tailored to each patient, visit www.carontexas.org

Questions?  Contact Barb Reynolds at breynolds@caron.org or 214-491-3515

 
 
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