MOLINE, ILLINOIS - The Black Box Theatre will open their doors for the first time with a concert by The Westbrook Singers on January 15, 2017 at 4:30 pm.  The theatre is located at 1623 - 5th Avenue in downtown Moline and was founded by David Miller and Lora Adams.

The Westbrook Singers have an incredible sound that fills every audience with hope and joy,” said Adams.  “I am just so delighted that they will be the first performers to step on our new stage.”

The gospel group from East Moline features brother Gary Westbrook and three sisters, Cynthia Westbrook-Bryson, Delores Westbrook-Tingle and Joyce Westbrook-Lee. 

We wanted to do a concert that focuses on our journey as a group, from singing in our parents church choir to the present time,” said Gary Westbrook.

To reserve your seat contact with number of seats requested. Donations will be accepted for the performance.

A portion of the concerts proceeds will go toward the candidacy of Gary Westbrook as he runs for Mayor of East Moline.

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