2nd annual car show and open house with Memphis Rain and KISM live.
Bring the family and enjoy a day outside filled with music, hot rods, and delicious food. All funds raised at the event are to support the Burned Children Recovery Foundation and its future philantropic projects.
Join us at the SCUBA & H2O ADVENTURE SHOW April 5, 2014 for a Happy Hour FUN-RAISER Event to help raise funds for The Burned Children Recovery Foundation Meet the band!* $10 gets you in the door - check out the coolest water sport gear and travel while you wait for some classic southern rock. Food and Spirits ProvidedHelp raise funds with a $5 ticket purchase for a chance to WIN a scooter! All attendees with paid admission get a chance to WIN a Trip to Fiji (airfare included through Fiji Airways) *Admission to the show begins 10am Saturday ... the show runs all day. Meet the band before they play!
Sounds Like: U2, The Tragically Hip, Elvis Costello, The Rembrandts, The Cult
Label: Phat Head Record Werks
Manager: Mike Mulder
Bio: The music of The Memphis Rain Band can be described as an unusual combination of fresh originality and everything you have ever heard before.
Memphis Rains members are very diverse in their individual styles. From Heavy metal to folk and everything in between. This is the nucleus and the d...See Full Bio
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“Here's what some of their fans are saying - "Really good music. I have heard a lot of local bands and these guys will go head to head with anything out there." "Good lyrics. Also the harmonies between Dave and Mike are excellent." "Inspiring music. Brings everybody in the room together because of the songwriting." "They all have talent. These guys are on their way up." "A number of elements combine together to create a unique mix of energy and thoughtfulness. You want to dance to the music, but also sit back and consider what these guys are singing about." "Reminscent of Bob Dylan, especially his later years, that same, fine, story-telling quality…”