Concert to benefit Griffin Pond shelter

June 20th, 2015 12:12 pm

First Posted: 4/11/2012

An area 16-year-old country singer- songwriter who has been performing since age 3 will dedicate a portion of the proceeds from an upcoming performance to the Griffin Pond Animal Shelter, Clarks Summit.

Dani-elle's "Dream Big" CD release concert will be held April 22 at 2 p.m. at the Mellow Theater at Lackawanna College, 501 Vine St. Scranton. She recently completed her album "Dream Big" at SI Studios, Old Forge. Included in the CD will be songs written by Dani-elle, along with her co-writer, Jim Cullen. Dani-elle studies in Nashville, Tenn. with vocal coach to the stars Renee Grant-Williams and locally at Marywood University. She was accepted at 13 as a Country Music Association member and has the honor of nominating and voting for Country Music's top names in the business, as well as attending the awards show in November. Dani-elle is also a member and on the Board of Directors of N.O.T.E. an Entertainment Company, based in the Southern tier of New York, ASCAP and Hillbilly Culture, a Nashville -based Music Publishing Company. For more about the artist, visit

Tickets for the April 22 concert start at $15 and are available at: Mellow Theater Box Office, Scranton 955.1455; Debbie's Flower Boutique, Jermyn, 876.3461 and Tickets will also be available at the door. All Active Duty Military with proper ID will receive a free General Admission Ticket by calling 876.3461. Part of the proceeds will benefit the Griffin Pond Animal Shelter and Canine Partners For Life.