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Will be performing as part of The Totally Unrehearsed Band doing our mix of Sixties and Seventies hits plus plenty of originals and surprises! No cover charge and great food! Come on out if you live near Richmond, VA!
Come hear the best of Sixties Pop and Rock and Seventies Singer/Songwriter tunes along with some originals and a bit of country rock. Start your weekend right with some good O'Banks food and some great music to put a smile on your face and keep your toes tapping!
I will be performing as a member of The Totally Unrehearsed Band
Bill Kaffenberger and Duane Horst in a coffeehouse setting along with ladies trio The DJs.
I am opening for the VOCAL Songwriters Showcase night at O'Toole's.
Sounds Like: The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, McGuinn, Clark and Hillman, Bob Dylan, Gordon Lightfoot
Label: Amariah Recordings
Manager: Loving Kindness Music
Bio: Bill's newest, YOUR SIDE OF THE STORY, was released in 2010 and includes the songs "Ninefifteen", "What Am I Doing Here", "Dad", and "Your Side of the Story" among others. Bill has also been doing more acting lately and has appeared in such productions as COMMANDER IN CHIEF, WAR OF 1812, HI THER...See Full Bio
Bill Kaffenberger has a show on 09/27/2013 at 07:30 PM @ O'Banks Ca... in Ashland, VA http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/230755081 #concert
“VOCAL SONGWRITER SHOWCASE May 16, 2011 Bill Kaffenberger, originally from Northern Virginia, commenced the evening’s festivities with MAYBE BY THEN, influenced by Gene Clark of the Byrds, which plaintively stated “She’ll know, she was meant for me.” This was followed with a wistful tribute to his Dad, simply titled DAD. The minor key SHE'S SO REAL was next with the frank admission “Love that’s deeper than the deep blue sea". The Byrds influence continued through LONESOME RIDER and the closer WHAT AM I DOING HERE, where the subject seems to be caught between inertia and isolation. "Sitting on my hands" and lamenting "No one listens to an outsider like me" and the killer "Beauty came from deep within his pain." Bill’s songs come from his love of Philadelphia Soul and the aforementioned Byrds . The songs seem to spring forth in chains of images. An excellent guitarist and singer to boot.”