[Photo provided by Ron Horne]
"He tells a story through every song," Miscinski said. "Throughout the show, he'll tell the stories behind the songs – all stuff that happened to him. He's got a great eye for things, a great heart for things. He bares his heart and soul in his songs and music."
For the concert, McDermott, formerly of Willow Springs, will perform on guitar, harmonica and keyboard, while Horton, a noted fiddler, also will join in on guitar.
Miscinski is appreciative of Brauer House donating the use of its concert space. There will be a full bar, and while there's no food service at the concert, the Brauer House restaurant and bar are available for lunch before or dinner after the show.
Speaking at the fundraiser will be a representative of Mercy Home, and a silent auction is planned, offering items for Cubs and Sox fans alike and for runners.
IF YOU GO
WHAT: Michael McDermott and Heather Horton in benefit concert
WHEN: 4 p.m. July 28; doors open at 3 p.m. with general admission seating
WHERE: Brauer House's B House Live performance space, 1000 N. Rohlwing Road, Lombard
COST: $30 for the event for people age 21 and older
INFO: Tickets available through Brauer House at shawurl.com/3bgx