Noon Tunes

About Noon Tunes

Every Wednesday in October
12:00-1:00 p.m.
Courthouse Square 

The same lunchtime concert you love, now offered in the Fall! Bring a brown bag lunch (or purchase lunch from a local restaurant), a quilt or lawn chair and relax by the fountain for an hour of unforgettable musical entertainment. Thank you to South State Bank for providing free refreshments!

2022 Fall Noon Tunes Schedule

October 5 - Dana Thomas
Dana Thomas is originally from Decatur Georgia and has been singing since he was a very young age. Dana was heavily influenced by a variety of genres of music from Stevie Wonder to Garth Brooks. He has had the privilege of singing with the likes of Gladys Knight and other local artists in the Atlanta metro area. Now you can catch him singing at corporate events, restaurants and other venues between Opelika, Columbus and Atlanta.

October 12 - Jessie Lynn
“Alabama’s Singing Cowgirl”, Jessie Lynn is a multiple award-winning independent country music entertainer/songwriter, Nashville recording artist, proud CMA and Recording Academy member and a two-time Auburn University graduate. Vocally, she has been likened to Wynonna Judd, Reba McEntire and Linda Ronstadt. For more information visit her website www.jessielynn.net.

October 20 - Mark True
Mark got his first guitar at age 11 and by 13 he was writing songs. At age 18 he was signed as a staff songwriter by Don Gant, head of ABC/Dot Records. Three years later Roger Cook at Picalic and good things began to happen. He is an accomplished songwriter 40+ recorded songs and two #1 country and adult contemporary songs. He has written songs for Crystal Gayle, Don Williams, The O'Kanes, Russell Smith, Rachel Prine, Jerry Dale McFadden and Burle Ives.

October 26 - Chris McDaniel
Chris was born & raised in Russellville, AL, just 20 miles south of the “Hit Recording Capital of the World,” Muscle Shoals, AL!  Chris’ Dad was an avid country music singer and performer.  He spent many nights listening to every sound until he fell asleep at the base of his Dad’s microphone stand as a child.  Although his heart beats for real country music, his Mom’s love for rock ‘n’ roll and the Muscle Shoals Sound is heard in much of his music as well.  Chris believes strongly in keeping performances fresh and energetic for the audience as well as the band and although many hours of preparation go into each show, you will rarely hear him perform a song the same way twice!  Chris currently lives in Auburn, AL.