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Classic Rock Saturday with Crashworx at Second Street Grill! Come out and enjoy an acoustical performance from Tri-Cities favorite, Crashworx Rock Band.
Come out and hear the classic rock acoustic styling of Eddy Oswald and John Stephens, of Crashworx, at the fabulous Second Street Grill!
"The most dangerous combination since nitro and glycerine" New Years Eve Party at Clover Island Inn with Crashworx! Package includes: Dinner Live music and dancing (translated: PARTY) Champagne toast at midnight Double-occupancy room Breakfast the next morning Late check-out (you know you'll want that!) $174.00, plus sales and room tax per couple 10-person tables available if you have a group, but hurry, because packages are limited to a total of 75, and they are going fast! Corporate sponsorships available that are tax-deductible.There will be a silent auction to benefit Make-A-Wish Foundation, and donations can be made throughout the night as we celebrate the incoming year with great music, food, and goodwill!
Classic Rock Saturday with Crashworx Rock Band! Nights are longer, colder, and nothing heats up a Saturday night like great rock and roll and dancing at the Rock Reactor Bar! Grab your friends and make it a Rock Party Saturday!
Come out and rock the house as we celebrate the Grand Re-Opening and change of ownership at Jerry's Tavern in Richland! Bring your friends and let's open Jerry's Tavern...Crashworx-style!
Manager: Kim-Michelle Stephens
Bio: Crashworx is comprised of five talented musicians who simply love to play classic rock music. Formed in early 2010, they quickly gelled as a group and began compiling songs that span from the 60's through the 90's, quickly rising to become one of Tri-Cities most sought-after bands.
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Crashworx is back with a familiar (and new) lineup, as well as some great new songs! Coming soon to a gig near you!
“At Bircher’s suggestion, she asked the owner of Joker’s Casino and Sports Bar in Richland if they could hold a concert there. They agreed and Withers invited local band Crashworx to play at the Nov. 21 concert, which was streamed live online. Nearly 200 viewers logged in to view the event, including the USO Center in Kandahar. The all-day event also featured Kennewick’s Big Top the Clown and Pacific Kicks martial arts school, the Richland Fire Department and members of Desert Thunder, a local motorcycle club. The concert raised more than $1,600 for Project Wounded Warrior, Withers said. “Everything’s been like a puzzle,” she said. “The holes keep getting bigger and bigger, but the pieces keep falling into place.” And this is only the beginning. ”