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Due to severe weather threats...Tonight's DIRTY RICE appearance at Buffalo's Southwest Cafe has been CANCELLED.
Congratulations to my dear friend Eddie Lee Cornelius (Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose) as he is inducted into the Carolina Beach Music Hall Of Fame on Sunday November 13th at the Seventeeth Annual Carolina Beach Music Awards to be held at the Alabama Theatre. Eddie will be honored with that organization's prestigious Pioneer Award. He will also perform some of his many major hits including "It's... Too Late To Turn Back Now", and "Treat Her Like A Lady". Several other great acts will also appear. Make plans to join the celebration for the weekend of November 11th thru 13th in North Myrtle Beach, SC. Tickets are available by calling 800-438-9590. Weekend Passes will be sold at participating Club Doors during the Weekend. For more info visit www.cammy.org See More The Official Website of the Carolina Beach Music Awards. www.cammy.org Hayes Jewelers presents the 2011 Carolina Beach Music Awards November 9th-13thPurchase 2011 CBMA tickets and receive discounted 2011 "One" Show Tickets. Ask your ticket sales representative at 1-800-342-2262 for details...See More The Official Website of the Carolina Beach Music Awards. www.cammy.org Hayes Jewelers presents the 2011 Carolina Beach Music Awards November 9th-13thPurchase 2011 CBMA tickets and receive discounted 2011 "One" Show Tickets. Ask your ticket sales representative at 1-800-342-2262 for details...
Hi everybody! This will be the first weekend of Summer 2011. DIRTY RICE will mark the occasion by performing at our two favorite venues in two different states. On Friday night, DIRTY RICE returns to Buffalo's Southwest Cafe in Greendale, IN. Come on out and say hello to Jane, Georgia, Kim, Flo, Ben, and Dustin. Saturday night finds Cathi & Bobby performing with the SLOW BURN Band, making their much anticipated debut at Jim & Jack's in Cincinnati. Call for reservations... Don't miss it! Also, don't forget the C.O.D.A. Summer Picnic at Fernbank Park in Cincinnati! The fun starts at 1:00PM, Saturday afternoon.
This is it folks... Friday night March 4, at Buffalo's Southwest Cafe is your chance to hear our special guest artists: the SLOW BURN Band. DIRTY RICE is proud to introduce you to these fine musicians. Come out and meet Bruce Frodge, Bob Schliebaum, and Jim Stone. Have a drink or two, enjoy the food, listen to the music, and dance a bit if you like. It should be an explosive evening. We'll see you there... STAY DIRTY!
Hello everybody. Wow, we are barely three weeks into this new year ,and 2011 has already been quite a whirlwind for DIRTY RICE. We have played new venues and made lots of new friends. What a terrific start! Well, although there may be snow on the ground, we hope that you all will bundle up and come out and spend some time with us. Check our schedule below, pick your date and place, hook-up with your friends, and come out so we can chase away those wintertime blues. See ya soon. In the meantime...STAY DIRTY! Remember... DIRTY RICE is also available for bookings accompanied by the SLOW BURN Band. Let's talk about it.
Yeah man! Dirty Rice had a great time this past Saturday at Jim & Jack's with the legendary BlueStone Ivory. Thanks for all your support. We will do it again in December. Stay tuned for details.
ATTENTION: Would you like to super-size that? DIRTY RICE is now available with the accompaniment of a full backing band.
Attention, all you fans of karaoke! Buffalo's Southwest Cafe will have an evening of sing-it-yourself karaoke on Wednesday, October 20th. The event will be hosted by our own Cathi Rice. The fun starts at 6:00 PM. Come on out and sup, sing, and show off your talent.
What a great time we had at Jim & Jack's last night with our new friends WOODWIND STEEL. Mark, Ray, and Mark are three of the most talented musicians you will find in the area. Please check them out at: http://www.angelfire.com/band2/woodwindsteel/
Here is my good friend Rev. Eddie Lee Cornelius Jr., doing an impromptu perfomance of some of his hits. See the video on site: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5CC11lNlGs