Rebecca Holden will bring her talent to Walla Walla on Feb. 26 for the Legends of Country concert, organized by Ed Dailey of the Tri-Cities.
Holden is a Nashville recording artist but is perhaps more well known as an actor, beginning with modeling then moving to soap operas and TV.
She appeared in such TV shows as Magnum PI, Love Boat, Taxi, Night Court, Mike Hammer, Remington Steele and Barney Miller. She also is known for her roles on the soap opera General Hospital and the series Knight Rider.
But it was her music talent that caught the public's attention in New York City after moving there from Texas. She is a classically trained vocalist who sings opera as easily as Christian music.
Her lead roles in theater were in such favorites as Oliver and Damn Yankees. She also has recorded country and gospel albums. Her latest album is titled Dare to Dream.
Also appearing with Holden will be Cale Moon, Rob Silvey and April DeCock.
The concert, which starts at 5 p.m. and is a fundraiser for the Jubilee Youth Ranch, will be in Cordiner Hall, corner of Park and Boyer streets, on the Whitman College campus in Walla Walla.
Admission is free, but donations are welcome.