Jam Against Multiple Sclerosis With Debut of New Hal Ketchum and Montel Williams Show at Spotlight 29 Casino

Incredible Fundraising Concert Premieres Saturday, June 18

COACHELLA, Calif., May 31 /PRNewswire/ — Now you can join the fight against multiple sclerosis (MS) and jam at an incredible new concert. Country legend Hal Ketchum has teamed up with Emmy winner Montel Williams to create “Jam Against MS (JAMS).” This once-in-a-lifetime show makes its world premiere in Spotlight 29 Casino’s Spotlight Showroom on Saturday, June 18 at 8:00 p.m.

JAMS presents both artists, with Ketchum performing some of his greatest hits before being joined on stage by Williams for several R&B numbers, creating a unique experience for all audiences. The concert benefits The Montel Williams MS Foundation.

Tickets for Hal Ketchum and Montel Williams JAMS are $50, $40, $30 and $20, and are available now by calling (866) 377-6829 or at any Ticketmaster location. Tickets are also available at the Spotlight 29 Casino Gift Shop and at the Spotlight Showroom Box Office on the day of the show.

Ketchum is a true Renaissance man whose career spans more than 15 years. A member of the Grand Ole Opry, Ketchum has sold more than 4 million albums, and has had 15 Top 10 singles. Additionally, he has three Top 5 singles and two #1 singles to his credit. In 1991 Ketchum released the album Past the Point of Rescue and the first single, “Small Town Saturday Night,” went straight to number one, scoring Ketchum his first gold record. Ketchum’s other biggest hits include “I Know Where Love Lives,” “Hearts are Gonna Roll,” “Stay Forever,” “Past The Point Of Rescue,” “I Miss My Mary,” “Sure Love,” Hang In There Superman,” “Momma Knows The Highway,” and “Five O’Clock World.” He has also appeared in the films “Maverick,” “Lonesome Dove” and “Heartbreak Hotel.”

Daytime Emmy award-winner Montel Williams has established himself as a top player in the competitive daytime talk show arena since his debut in 1991. He is also a decorated former naval intelligence officer and a renowned motivational speaker, author, actor and philanthropist. He is also the author of the New York Times best sellers, “Climbing Higher” and “Mountain, Get Out Of My Way,” inspirational autobiographies. He co-authored the books “Practical Parenting” and “Body Change,” a New York Times best-selling fitness book.

He has also appeared on several television programs, including “JAG,” “All My Children,” “American Dreams,” and “Touched by an Angel.”

In 1999, Williams faced his most challenging year to date with the announcement of his diagnosis with MS, a potentially debilitating autoimmune disease that affects the brain and spinal cord. In an effort to raise funds for MS research, Williams created The Montel Williams MS Foundation. He is committed to raising awareness, raising funds for research and providing inspiration to those who have MS. JAMS will benefit the foundation.

Put the spotlight on MS at Spotlight 29 Casino, the Coachella Valley’s most exciting place to play. Located at I-10 and Dillon Road, Spotlight 29 Casino offers 2,000 slots, 30 table games, and a seven-table poker room. The 2,200-seat Spotlight Showroom presents the best in entertainment. Dining choices include the award-winning Rattlesnake Restaurant, Cafe Capitata and Food Court. Live entertainment hits the stage in the Blue Bar, and players relax in the Rattlesnake Bar and Casino Bar. Spotlight 29 Casino is a business venture of the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians. Turn it on at www.Spotlight29.com .

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