Sales of local musician’s new song benefit Opera House’s Restore the Glory campaign

The Howell Opera House’s Restore the Glory Campaign has a goal to raise $150,000 before March 31, when that amount will be tripled by generous donors. Local musician Mike Vial is now offering the community a new way to get involved with the campaign with the release of his new song, “Damn Fine Day.”

“As a Downtown Howell resident, and especially as a local musician, I really value what The Opera House brings to our community,” Vial said. “The potential of what that place can become is incredible.”

Beginning Feb. 6, every $2 purchase of “Damn Fine Day” will go entirely to the Restore the Glory Campaign. On March 31, the matching donations will turn every $2 raised by the song into $6.

“I think a lot of people are like me and would love to make a large donation to The Opera House if they could afford it,” Vial said. “This is a way everyone can get involved with supporting this great effort.”

Vial’s “Damn Fine Day” is available at mikevial.com/charity for download and payment via PayPal or credit card for a minimum donation of $2. Donors are welcome to contribute any amount above $2, knowing that every dollar will benefit the Restore the Glory Campaign and will be tripled on March 31. Those who wish to purchase the song via cash or check can contact Vial directly at (810) 471-0626.

To learn more about Howell musician Mike Vial, visit mikevial.com. To learn more about The Opera House’s Restore the Glory Campaign, visit theoperahouse.us.



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