Area musicians give a gift to MSA
A group of almost a dozen musical artists from the Brookhaven area donated $2,000 to the Mississippi School of the Arts Foundation recently. The money came from the sale of “A Brookhaven Christmas,” an album of original holiday songs recorded and sold for the purpose of raising funds for the school. Pictured are, from left: Tony Norton, Shaw Furlow, MSA executive director Suzanne Hirsch, Charlie Hewitt, Don Jacobs, Tyler Bridge and Montana Beeson.
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