Missionaries get to play a newer (but old) venue in town. The Phoenix, once was The Water Heater, a multi-purpose space used for event of all sorts. Now it is The Phoenix, owned by the creator of Floyd Fest, a huge outdoor festival held out in the mountains of Floyd. The show is a fundraiser for the community Gardens in Roanoke. Very glad to be apart of a great cause and to promote the new venue!


“Come out for a night of eclectic music benefiting Roanoke Community Garden Association. With Missionaries, Eric Rich Ensemble, and Buddahgraph Spaceship! Craft beer and wine. Food truck on site. $10 ticket (purchase at the door) includes ONE raffle ticket for a 5 day pass to FloydFest. Additional raffle tickets $5. Come have fun while helping RCGA grow in 2016!”



Friday, I will be joining a few musicians to put on an acoustic show case at a small hole in the wall venue, Backstreet Cafe’. This is the 1st solo performance I have booked in quite some time. I am real excited to get up and sing a bit! Come check it out a lot of good singer-song writers on this one.


Acoustic Showcase @ Backstreet Cafe
Friday March 18th ~ 8pm ~ $5!

Rick (from PILE) – Boston heavy rocker going acoustic (check out “Magic Isn’t Real”)

John Pence (Infinite Ways) – First show back from Boston!

Mark Perry (Heevahava) – “Songs to drink and bullshit to”

Marshall Hicks (and his Bag of Tricks) – ROVA’s friendliest punk

Nightmare Sonata – Full band horror punk to close out the night! 


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