Story and Song, Fit for a Queen

This supremely talented foursome will wow you with their lush harmonies, meaningful lyrics, and witty banter.

Story and Song, Fit for a QueenQueen of Hearts, four singer/songwriters known for their toe-tapping melodies and magical harmonies, not to mention their wit and charm, will appear at the next “Evening of Story & Song,” the popular concert series presented by First Coast Community Bank and the Founders of St. Peter’s, on Sunday, April 14th, at 5:00 pm.

Doors to Burns Hall (9th and Atlantic) open at 4:30 pm for general admission seating. For preferred seating, make reservations in advance by calling 415-1388. A donation of $15, 100% of which goes to the artists, is suggested and appreciated.

Amelia Island is thrilled to have the Queens (April Amick, Beth Anne Clayton, Helen Lewis Moore, and Ellen Britton) return to Amelia Island for a concert in Burns Hall at St. Peter’s Episcopal Parish.

This supremely talented foursome will wow you with their lush harmonies, meaningful lyrics, and witty banter. If you’ve listened to them before, you’ll know what we mean. And if you haven’t, this is one show you won’t want to miss!

Each woman is a talented singer/songwriters each in her own right. They perform their original songs in perfect harmony when they appear together “in the round,” as they frequently do at Nashville’s legendary Bluebird Cafe.

Sunday, April 14th, doors open at 4:30 pm; show starts at 5:00 pm

Wherever Queen of Hearts performs, they draw a full house, so we strongly encourage you to make reservations in advance.

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