LaFayette High School Band Holds Second Songs for the Band Benefit Concert


The LHS Rambler Band held its second Songs for the Band benefit concert arranged by LHS alumni and Nashville singer-songwriter Channing Wilson. Channing brought with him fellow singer-songwriters Jonathan Singleton and Rob Snyder. All three men have written for Luke Combs and many other country recording artists. LHS alumni and singer-songwriter Laney Rayburn was joined by several LHS student singer-songwriters: Levi & Luke Hopkins and Mason Thompson, as well as her brother Liak, who sang some of her songs with her.

Many incredible items were donated for a silent auction, but the highlight of the

auction was an acoustic guitar donated by Sallie Smith McGinnis and singed by the artists of the evening as well as by Luke Combs himself, when it was announced that Combs would match the winning bid on the guitar. Channing Wilson also presented the school with an additional signed guitar as a keepsake.

The event was sponsored by Bank of LaFayette, Wardlaws Lucky Eye-Q, Sallie Smith McGinnis State Farm, Summit Risk Advisors, and Riffchord Music Lessons.