Autumn — which officially began Sunday — represents a new season in the world of entertainment. That’s hardly news for avid television viewers who are enjoying the new offerings of their favorite shows and the first attempts for a number of other programs making a debut this month. But the start of another season — that of Brownwood Area Live On Stage — provides ample reason for area residents to program their video recorders tonight and go to Victory Life Church for a new season of live performances.

Tonight’s concert by the Juggernaut Jug Band promises to be a crowd pleaser, and five other top quality shows are scheduled in coming months. And if season tickets are secured by tonight, you’ll have the opportunity to be in the audience for every one of them.

The Juggerant Jug Band is described as a fun-filled show presented by accomplished musicians, and the music promises to be a trip back to the folk music of a century ago. While Mims Auditorium at Howard Payne University is being renovated, the concerts will be held at Victory Life, and accommodations will be comfortable and easily accessible. Season memberships will be available prior to tonight’s concert.

Details of the upcoming shows were provided in Sunday’s Bulletin, and the schedule represents a delightful variety of first class entertainment. And the price is a bargain, considering that tickets to shows some of these performers have scheduled on this tour cost as much for one concert as the entire season does for members of the Brownwood area audiences.

The price is right, and the entertainment can’t be beat. The excitement of live performances by talented entertainers is an experience that deserves the community’s support, and the audience will be richly rewarded. Program those video recorders now, and we’ll see you at the show.

Brownwood Bulletin