Performer Brent Vernon will present a concert at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 14 at the White Rock Presbyterian Church. Courtesy photo
Singer-songwriter and ventriloquist Brent Vernon will present a concert for families and “kids of all ages” 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 14 at White Rock Presbyterian Church at 310 Rover Blvd. in White Rock.
Vernon tours fulltime, to share his faith and provide family entertainment to communities large and small. The concert is free.
Light refreshments and a chance to meet Vernon will follow the show.
Using songs, stories, and humor to communicate his faith,Vernon has crisscrossed the United States countless times as well as performed in Ireland, Australia, Canada and the Caribbean.
“Most of my music is (in some way) related to my faith. As I see it, eternal messages produce eternal results–with God’s blessing. Everything else is temporary,” Vernon said.
Vernon also is the author and illustrator of the Audrey Amaka storybook series and, most recently, two tales about “The Gingerbrood”–a lively batch of gingerbread cookies.
In addition to an instrumental album, a children’s album, and a Christmas LP, Vernon has released three studio albums. According to Vernon, his newest release, Hope & Hunger, is his most personal. With songs of hope and redemption, Vernon encourages his listeners to passionately seek God’s Kingdom while resting in God’s faithfulness. Vernon’s career in the creative arts is full time. With few exceptions, he performs 120-130 times each year. Whether it’s in a church, school, or at a special event, Vernon welcomes every opportunity to share.