On Thursday night, East Fairmont High School Class of 2016 raised money for prom, with the help of some special guests.
The Davisson Brothers Band performed a concert. The students charged $10 for people to come out to East Fairmont High School and enjoy. Around 200 people showed up for the concert.
Cheerleaders sold Dip n' Dots, band members worked the concession stand, and the Spanish Club sold banners to help raise money.
The band donated the performance. Members performed some of their hits like, 'Big City Hillbilly,' 'Here Come the Mountaineers,' and 'Jump On It.'
"Nicky Michaels and I saw each other at a baseball game last year, and she let me know that they were going to put a benefit together for the Class of 2016's Prom. So, I said, 'Sure,'" said Donnie Davisson, one of the members of the Davisson Brothers Band. "Anything to give back to the community and help the kids out in our hometown. It's always good to give back and help out. Whatever it takes to raise them some money for their proms."
Chris Davisson, the second Davisson Brother and band member said that they donate the time simply to help out the kids.
The Davisson Brothers also just released a new song, 'Country Just Like Me.' For more information and to hear the new single head over to the band's website.