Jason Coleman, grandson of pianist Floyd Cramer, to perform in Sunnyside

Dori O'Neal, Tri-City HeraldSeptember 26, 2013 

Jason Coleman, grandson of legendary pianist Floyd Cramer, will open the Lower Valley Community Concerts season Oct. 9 in the auditorium at Sunnyside High School.

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The grandson of legendary pianist Floyd Cramer will open the Lower Valley Community Concerts season Oct. 9 in the auditorium at Sunnyside High School.

Jason Coleman carries on his grandfather's tradition of performing a nostalgic mix of piano tunes the whole family can enjoy. Cramer died in 1997.

Coleman, who lives in Nashville, Tenn., inherited his grandfather's piano style and began performing with Cramer at age 9. He debuted at the Grand Ole Opry at age 17.

Concert time is 7:30 p.m. Individual tickets cost $30 for adults and $5 for students.

Here's a look at the rest of the season:

Nov. 24 -- Evan Marshall, a mandolin virtuoso.

Feb. 12 -- Andy Feldbau, pianist and composer.

March 9 -- Grand Standard Time, a duo performing a full-stage production of Broadway tunes.

April 27 -- The Gothard Sisters, performing a high-energy show of violins, vocals and Irish dance.

Season tickets to the Lower Valley Community Concerts cost $55 for adults and $15 for students 18 and younger. The family rate is $125 for two children and two adults.

For tickets, go to www.lower valleyconcerts.org or call 509-839-5222, 509-786-3070 or 509-882-1668.

-- Dori O'Neal: 582-1514; doneal@tricityherald.com; Twitter: @dorioneal

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