REXBURG (November 13, 2017) —Black is back. Pianist and YouTube star Jason Lyle Black, who performed a fundraiser in Rexburg earlier this year for the Upper Valley Music Teachers Association, is back for a bigger-and-better Christmas concert featuring local celebrity beatboxer and BYU-I student Parker Kane.
“I’m thrilled to be coming back to Rexburg,” Black notes. “This is an all-new concert with Christmas music, live audience requests for their favorite Christmas songs, and special guest Parker Kane, with whom I’ll be doing my first-ever piano/beatbox Christmas duet!”
The concert is presented by Idaho Central Credit Union, and supported by Rexburg City and by #LightTheWorld. Black said his goal is to create a tradition in the Rexburg community for families and the campus community to come together to enjoy Christmas music.
“Specifically, we wanted to provide something fun for families to do over Thanksgiving weekend,” Black notes, as the concert takes place Saturday, November 25, at 7 PM at the Rexburg Tabernacle. “We know that families are often looking for something fun to do over Thanksgiving weekend, so we created a special “Family pass” for the concert.”
“This is a concert you don’t want to miss,” notes David Love, president of the Upper Valley Music Teachers Association. “Jason knocked the socks off the audience last time he was here. His unique mix of music, comedy, and audience improvisation was an absolute hit!”
Tickets are available online at jasonlyleblack.com. General admission is $12, with seniors/students getting $10 pricing and family passes available for $35. A portion of the proceeds will be donated back to various community causes, including music education and “Shop with a Cop.” To see video previews, visit jasonlyleblack.com.