BONRAY to perform at AWAKEN CONCERT

Bonray will perform at the Awaken concert on Oct. 28 at Sailwinds in Cambridge.

Bonray will perform at the Awaken concert on Oct. 28 at Sailwinds in Cambridge.

CAMBRIDGE — BONRAY a young, up and coming four-piece band will join the Sidewalk Profits “Something Different” tour on Oct. 28 at Sailwinds Governors Hall in Cambridge.

BONRAY is made up of Zac, Jesse, Jake and Morgan Bonner from Pennsylvania. These young folks grew up in a church where their dad is still pastoring to this day. The siblings have been playing music and performing together for most of their lives, crediting their parents for always having music in the home.

Since officially becoming BONRAY in 2014, the group has been touring around the U.S. and logging You Tube time creating popular cover songs from artists such as Needtobreathe, Tobymac, Danny Gokey, and even Justin Timberlake.

Bonray also had their song “Good Life” featured in ABC’s 2016-17 series, “Imaginary Mary.” BONRAY’s first single “Turn My Eyes” is now at Spotify and iTunes. Check out their video “Turn My Eyes” and find out more about BONRAY at bonraymu-sic.com.

Awaken, a premier local Christian Event to be held on the grounds of Governor’s Hall at Sailwinds Park, 200 Byrn St. on Oct. 28 beginning at 1 p.m. in Cambridge, is open to the public, offering Free Food, local bands and praise groups, Kids Activities, Bounce houses, Prayer Booths, Games and Face Painting.

A new addition to the event this year will be a Trunk or Treat hour starting at 4:30 and a collection area for necessity and gift items for the residents of Mallard Bay and Chesapeake Woods care homes.

The “Something Different” concert will begin at 7 p.m. For more information on how you can get involved contact Katie Smith at Katie Mae’s Country Restaurant 443-477-6413 or to make a donation send to Awaken Hearts Inc., 530 Poplar St., Cambridge, Md. 21613.

Awaken Hearts Inc. is a 501-c3 nonprofit organization that promotes blessing others because we have been blessed. Proverbs 11:25-31

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