The Greeley community is invited to a special event that pays homage to the memory of a local trumpet player, Scott Sessions, who tragically lost his life in February 2020. This heartfelt occasion is part of an upcoming Dateline special, delving into the details of the February 2020 double homicide of Sessions and Heather Frank. Kevin Eastman was convicted in July 2022 for the murder of Frank, his former girlfriend, and Sessions, a talented musician whom he suspected of being involved with Frank.
In a touching gesture, the team at Dateline will be capturing a 45-minute concert featuring Sessions’ former band, George Gray and the Elvis Experience. The concert will take place on Wednesday, at 6 p.m., at the Union Colony Civic Center in Greeley. This event is being opened to the entire community, including fans and the loved ones of Scott Sessions, as a semi-tribute to the late musician, who was a beloved trumpet player in the band.
George Gray, the band’s frontman, shared that Sessions’ life was tragically cut short just two days before the band was scheduled to perform two sold-out concerts on February 10 and 12. This special concert, though free to the public, is not a traditional live performance. Rather, it will serve as an opportunity for Dateline to capture select moments of the band’s performance for use in an upcoming episode.
The doors to the concert will open at 5:30 p.m., and the entire community is encouraged to attend this unique event, graciously made possible by the city of Greeley and the Union Colony Civic Center.
This concert serves as a poignant reminder of the enduring impact of Scott Sessions’ musical talents and the tragic circumstances that took him away from his loved ones and the stage he cherished.