Is Flying To the Marietta Square!

Is Flying To the Marietta Square

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$100 Donation  = 1 Entry Ticket

September 30, 2023 – 7 PM

25 Singers • 3 Finalists • 1 $1500 Winner*

Proceeds benefit the 911 Fallen Heroes Project.

On September 30th at 7:00PM, Joe Turner, the magician, will be MCing the show.

The format will be like The Price is Right. We will call 25 singers randomly to perform. In the final hour, we will bring back 3 of the 25 singers for the finals. While votes are being tabulated, we will have a moment of silence and a guest singer will sing God Bless the USA.

The winner of the contest will receive $1500.00 in cash and a $2500 recording session.

Only 25 singers will be chosen from all applicants.

Silent Auction and fun. Come on out for a family night out of fun.

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*1st Place Also Includes a $2500 Recording Session From Summer Street Productions

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The Judges (50%)

Kim Gresh

Madison Montgomery (Allen) is a performer, director-choreographer, vocal coach, and the Artistic Director of Creative Artists Theatrical Studios, which she has owned and operated since 2019. With over two decades of experience in the performing arts, her expertise in performance, branding, and training gives her an unique perspective and allows her to curate invaluable coaching for her clientele.

Antoine Pettway

Antoine Pettway has been named as the eighth head coach in Kennesaw State men’s basketball history, Director of Athletics Milton Overton announced on April 8.

Pettway comes to the Black and Gold after a stellar 15 years on the Alabama coaching staff, which culminated in the Crimson Tide spending several weeks as the nation’s No. 1 ranked team this past season. Known as one of the top recruiters in the nation, he brought in the third-ranked class in the nation in 2022 that included two five-star and two four-star recruits, highlighted by potential NBA Draft Top 3 pick and 2022-23 National Freshman of the Year Brandon Miller.

“Coach Pettway is a well-rounded basketball coach, elite recruiter and family man with great integrity,” said Overton. “His core values, exceptional work ethic, dedication to his players and love for the game is clear through the success Alabama basketball has experienced over the years. Coach Pettway has consistently ranked as a top-five recruiter in the nation over the past several years with a well-defined relationship in the state of Georgia coaching community. Coach Pettway was the offensive coordinator for one of the best offenses in the nation this past season for Alabama, who earned the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.

“I have no doubt that Coach Pettway and his staff will work tirelessly to maintain the incredible momentum KSU basketball experienced during its historic run this season. I also want to thank Parker Executive Search for their assistance in our coaching search that has led us to the perfect choice as the new leader for our men’s basketball program.”

Alabama ranked in the top 20 in the nation in scoring for the past four years under Pettway as the team’s offensive coordinator. That included this past season in which the team averaged 81.8 points per game, seventh-best in the nation. Over the past three years, the Crimson Tide posted four SEC championship titles and a pair of Sweet 16 appearances and set the school record for single season wins with a 31-6 record this past year. Alabama made five NCAA tournaments and six NIT appearances during his time in Tuscaloosa.

“This has been extremely emotional and exciting for my family and , but I am so grateful to have the opportunity to lead this program and work with an amazing group of people at Kennesaw State University!,” said Pettway. “Thank you to President Schwaig, Milton Overton, Tamica Smith Jones and the Board of Trustees for trusting me to lead this program. I am ready to get started and soar to new heights with the Owls. I cannot go without thanking the University of Alabama. The last 15 years in Tuscaloosa have molded me into the man I am today. Thank you to Coach Oats, Greg Byrne, President Bell and all the players I have coached and played with throughout my time with the Tide. Tuscaloosa will always hold a special place in my heart for helping me live out my dream of playing Division I basketball and coaching at the highest level. Kim and I cannot wait to bring our family down to Kennesaw and get to work! #HootyHoo!”

Pettway has recruited and developed over 40 professional athletes. That included eight NBA players over the last four years, highlighted by Collin Sexton, Kira Lewis, Herb Jones, Mark Sears, JD Davison, and projected 2023 NBA first round pick Noah Clowney.

Before joining the Alabama staff in the summer of 2008, he spent two years as an assistant coach at Jacksonville State, after one season as a graduate assistant coach at Alabama. Pettway served as assistant coach at Alabama from 2008-10, then spent three seasons as the team’s director of operations before moving back into an assistant coach role for the 2013-14 season.

A notable example of Pettway’s work ethic was his playing career at Alabama, as he joined the Crimson Tide as a walk-on with an academic scholarship before earning a scholarship for his sophomore season. Starting with that sophomore season, Alabama made the NCAA Tournament his final three seasons, including the Elite Eight in the 2003-04 season. Pettway was an integral part of that run in 2004, starting every game that season at point guard. After his collegiate playing career, he spent the next year playing for the NBA Development League (Huntsville Flight) and the World Basketball Association (Kentucky Reach), where he was named the WBA Rookie of the Year.

“We are excited that Coach Pettway will be joining Kennesaw State,” said KSU President Kathy Schwaig. “His commitment to building a community and striving for success in the classroom as well as on the court aligns with Kennesaw State’s student-focused mission. We look forward to welcoming Coach Pettway to Owl Nation and supporting him as he builds on KSU’s recent basketball success.”


Hometown: Camden, Ala.
Family: Wife: Kim, Son: Kingston, Daughters: Jana Rae, Summer
Alma Mater: Alabama ’04
(Bachelor’s Degree in Business – ‘04/Master’s in Sport Management ‘06).

2008-23: Alabama (Assistant Coach/Director of Operations)
2006-08: Jacksonville State (Assistant Coach)
2005-06: Alabama (Graduate Assistant Coach)

2000-04: Alabama (2002 SEC Champs, 2004 Team Captain, 2004 Elite Eight)
2004-05: NBA Developmental League (Huntsville Flight)
2004-05: World Basketball Association (Kentucky Reach – WBA Rookie of the Year)

Madison Montgomery

Madison Montgomery (Allen) is a performer, director-choreographer, vocal coach, and the Artistic Director of Creative Artists Theatrical Studios, which she has owned and operated since 2019. With over two decades of experience in the performing arts, her expertise in performance, branding, and training gives her an unique perspective and allows her to curate invaluable coaching for her clientele.

Don Keller

Don Keller
Founder / Chairman of Board
Blue Sky Exhibits, LLC

Don has been working in the trade show industry for over 35 years. With his experience as an exhibit designer, salesman, manager, and company founder in the industry, he is an expert in solving the complexities of exhibit programs and the necessary client, agency, and staffing relationships.

Don graduated in 1989 with a degree in Industrial Design. He started out as an Exhibit Designer but quickly developed a passion for sales.

Today, Don is one of Blue Sky Exhibit’s founders and Chairman of the Board. He oversees all members and the company’s direction as it moves into a new season of both products and services. 

Don is also an active member of the Exhibit Designer’s & Producer’s Association and is the present chair of the Cobb County CEO Roundtable.  He also serves on the board of directors for several business enterprises and is very active in many non-profit organizations.

On a personal note, Don has been married since 1988 and has two children.  He is actively involved in small group coaching and pre-marital counseling with his church.  Don enjoys movies, music, and his adult kids and their families when he has free time.

Condace Pressley

Condace Pressley is an Emmy award-winning broadcast journalist with decades of experience and host of the radio show and podcast Perspectives.  She’s former president of both the Atlanta and National Association of Black Journalists. Condace is a University of Georgia alum and member of both the Georgia Radio and Georgia Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame. 

She is active in the community and serves on the boards of directors of the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, the Atlanta Community Food Bank, the United Way of Greater Atlanta, Chris 180, and the Alliance for Christian Broadcasters. In her free time, she enjoys gardening and reading in her rocking chair.

And You (50%)

During and after each performance, a keyword will be shown unique to each contestant. Simply text that keyword to 920-247-2653 (AIRAOKE) to record your vote. You can vote for each contestant only once. The keyword will be shown live and live streaming the day of the event.