Johnny Prill Band Hosts Ninth Annual Free Outdoor Concert

The Johnny Prill Band will observe National Grandparents’ Day on September 11 by facilitating its ninth yearly free outside show at Courtney Estate Nursing Home. Also, the band will praise 30 years of charitable effort at Courtney House. Johnny is Courtney Estate’s longest running volunteer, volunteering melodic diversion month to month for as far back as 30 years.

“I owe an exceptional thank you to Kay Peruski and the staff at Courtney House for all the help and bolster that make this show conceivable,” says Johnny.

The show, situated at 1167 E. Hopson St. in Awful Hatchet, is interested in general society and will keep running from 1:30-3:30 pm. Shake Harley, a Johnny Money tribute craftsman, will be a highlighted uncommon visitor. Shake Harley’s uncanny physical likeness, combined with vocals that yield the obvious nearness of Money, gives a hauntingly reasonable execution of the “Man in Dark.” The show will open with Miguel DelRosario singing A Tune for Grandmother and Grandpa, Johnny’s unique organization and the official tune of National Grandparents’ Day. Johnny will perform with different relatives: father John (low register guitar), sibling Christopher (violin), and child Johnny (sound specialist). His three girls, Foggy, Sarah and Jennifer will sing and perusing persuasive sonnets.

“National Grandparents’ Day is a brilliant time to ponder the significance of our country’s grandparents and the essential parts they play in our lives,” says Prill.

Johnny Prill started volunteering at 12 years old, playing the accordion in neighborhood nursing homes. He got a honor from Courtney House in 2008 for his administrations engaging inhabitants; together with his band, Johnny has a Christmas Eve show there every year. In 2011 he got the “Volunteer of the Year Grant” from the Human services Relationship of Michigan, stamping 25 years of volunteering at Courtney House.

Notwithstanding various honors, Johnny has gotten messages of support and gratefulness from such renowned names as Betty White, Pete Seeger and Barbara Mandrell furthermore from state congresspersons, the state representative and US legislators. Johnny’s tunes have additionally been highlighted in various productions including Nation Week by week, The Las Vegas Week after week, The Detroit News, and The Detroit Free Press.

Limited time photographs and extra data can be found by going by Prill’s site at

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Telephone: 989-315-1382


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