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KSU Concert to Benefit KSU Retiree’s Association Scholarship Fund

October 30, 2014

Fundraiser Tour Flyer-AtlantaThe Kennesaw State University (KSU) Retirees Association is proud to partner with one of Ireland’s Premier Tenors, Paul Byrom, to present a unique fundraising concert event! On Sunday, Dec. 14, Byrom will fill the KSU Center with his remarkable vocal talent and take audience members on a roller coaster of emotions, from poignant tears to hysterical laughing with his charming Irish wit and dramatic storytelling. Money raised from the event will benefit the KSU Retirees Association Scholarship Fund.

Tickets can be purchased here. All tickets include a meet and greet immediately following the performance, where you can take a photo with Byrom and get an autograph on Official Paul Byrom merchandise. Tickets will not be available for sale at the event so please bring your printed ticket with you, as virtual tickets will not be accepted. This is an all ages, family friendly concert event, but everyone must have a ticket for admittance.

About the KSU Retirees Association:

The KSU Retirees Association established its Legacy Scholarship in 2009 and since that inception has awarded over $14,000 to student relatives of KSU retirees. Your ticket purchase will help raise the much-needed funds to continue our Legacy Scholarship.

About Paul Byrom:

To see Paul Byrom perform live, in concert is to love him!  It will be a night you won’t soon forget!  Paul recently released his 5th solo album, THINKING OF HOME, a collection of songs that pay tribute to his homeland in Ireland, as well as his new home in America. His debut Public Television special was released in 2013 to compliment his album, THIS IS THE MOMENT, which hit #1 on the Billboard World Music and Amazon Charts. Paul is the original lead tenor of the PBS sensation, Celtic Thunder, and in 2012 he was honored as “Best Tenor” at the Irish Music Awards. Visit to see a list of his upcoming performances.



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