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Legends in Concert Announces Limited Engagement

Legends in Concert Myrtle Beach Announces Special, Limited Engagement Performances for Elvis Tribute Artist Grahame Patrick

Legends in Concert Myrtle Beach is proud to welcome revered Elvis Tribute Artist, Grahame Patrick, to the Myrtle Beach stage for a limited engagement appearance.

Grahame is scheduled to appear at Legends’ new Broadway at The Beach venue from June 4th through July 15th, 2012. Grahame has been an Elvis tribute artist with Legends In Concert for many incredible years and for a limited time only he will be donning the jumpsuit for Myrtle Beach fans.

Grahame is also scheduled to make a special appearance during the June 30th Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest.

Game On Santorum vs. Romney

After finishing in second place by an eyelash to Mitt Romney in the Iowa caucuses, Rick Santorum told his supporters “game on.”

The game became much more interesting yesterday when Santorum received the endorsement of 170 socially conservative Christian leaders representing various politically active organizations and financiers at a meeting in Houston.

Each candidate, with the exception of Jon Huntsman, had a representative who addressed the group. Three rounds of voting followed the speeches.

The first round saw Santorum, Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry receive what was described as measurable support. Romney drew very little support.

Political Profile – Andrew Preston Brittain

Andrew Preston Brittain (pictured here with wife Elizabeth) took his first step into the political arena last week when he addressed the Beach Dems Breakfast meeting in Myrtle Beach.

Brittain said he was a candidate for the new S.C. 7th Congressional District and would begin his campaign in earnest early in January.

A native of Myrtle Beach, the 31-year old Brittain is a graduate of Myrtle Beach High School, Wofford College and the University of South Carolina Law School. He is currently a trial attorney in Myrtle Beachafter serving as a clerk for U.S. District Court Judge Terry Wooten.

SCGOP to host 7th District Debate

Republican candidates for the new S.C. 7th Congressional District will have an early chance to attract voters when the SCGOP presents a candidates debate Sunday January 15, 2012 at 7 p.m. The location of the debate is still to be decided,

The 7th District debate will be part of the SCGOP Experience Weekend & Presidential Debate January 14-16, 2012 in Myrtle Beach. The First in the South Presidential Debate will be held at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center on Monday January 16, 2012 at 8 p.m.

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