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Shryne returns from a year long hiatus with a new guitarist and new material. Also featuring Sgt. Baker & The Clones. Other bands TBA. If you want to find out more, you'll have to show up!
In Association with the Station Fire Memorial Foundation www.stationfirememorialfoundation.org/news.html --------------------------------------------- On February 20th, 2003, Rhode Island fell victim to the fourth deadliest nightclub fire in American History. Killing 100 and injuring some 230 people with approximately 132 escaping in 5½ minutes. The fire began at 11:07 PM EST, at 211 Cowesett Avenue in West Warwick, Rhode Island. The fire was caused by pyrotechnics set off by the tour manager of the evening's headlining band, Great White, which ignited flammable sound insulation foam in the walls and ceilings surrounding the stage. Video footage of the fire shows its initial growth, billowing smoke that quickly made escape impossible, and the exit blockage that further hindered evacuation. --------------------------------------------- With the 10th Anniversary of this tragic night coming up, the men and women of the RWA want to show that we still remember! With live wrestling entertainment and musical performances by local rock acts: Sgt. Baker & The Clones www.facebook.com/SgtBakerAndTheClones Shryne www.facebook.com/shrynerocks $10 for adults, $5 for kids 12 and under, under 2 free. This night is one of entertainment and remembrance. Come down to the Smithfield Elks Lodge, located at: 326 Farnum Pike Smithfield, RI 02917 and enjoy as the Renegade Wrestling Alliance remembers the victims of the Station Nightclub Fire by doing what we do best. With supporting local rock acts: Sgt. Baker & The Clones, and Shryne, we intend to lift your spirits and body slam those blues away. Doors open at 5:30pm with a live performance by Sgt. Baker & The Clones at 6pm. National Anthem to follow sang by Debra Celletti. The Minute Men Vs. The Student Body Hollywood Balds Vs. The MoVemenT 'Mr. Awesome' Mike Graca vs. Kris Hood *More TBA. **All proceeds go towards the Station Fire Memorial Foundation (SFMF). The SFMF is a 501(c)(3) recognized charitable organization that was formed in order to procure, construct, and maintain a fitting memorial to those affected by our state’s most significant tragedy to date. ***The Station Fire Memorial Foundation is a 100% Volunteer Effort. There are no administrative costs. Every dollar raised by the Station Fire Memorial Foundation will go directly to address the costs of construction and maintenance of the memorial. Construction is estimated to begin Spring of 2013.
Bio: Forging a path in the East Coast U.S. rock scene and beyond, Shryne drives pop rock to new heights with their energetic recorded sound and infectious live shows.
The award winning quintet has just completed work on their newest release, “Here and Now”.
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“First off, the dual main vocalists were strong. Unlike most local acts, this band did not have that “fishbowl” sound to them and you could actually hear the words. Also, the playing ability of this band really shocked me. At one point during the cover of “Carry on My Wayward Son,” the guitarist, Mattera, hit the solos so perfectly it was mind blowing. I figured it may just be the fact that it was a cover, but the ability continued through the set. One final note is the band drew the largest crowd reaction. Everyone in the crowd was dancing and packing up front. In all, due to the reaction and the pure talent, this band placed first on my list.”