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Barefoot West will be performing at Elmwood Park in Roanoke, VA for the 2015 JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes! Join in the fun and do some good! The JDRF One Walk draws people together in a healthy activity for a worthy goal: raising money to improve the lives of every person affected by type 1 diabetes (T1D). We’re the stop at nothing type Every year, JDRF funds millions of dollars in life-changing type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. This research has led to breakthroughs such as the artificial pancreas systems and encapsulated beta cell therapies, both of which have moved into clinical trials. The success of the JDRF One Walk is only possible because of the support and commitment of people like you, the determined to make a difference type. - See more at: http://greaterblueridge.jdrf.org/event/one-walk-roanoke-2015/#sthash.Z1ezjCYD.dpufTickets Save
Sounds Like: Zac Brown Band, Jack Johnson, Sublime, Allman Brothers Band, The Black Crowes
Label: Independent Artist
Manager: Kyle Forry
Bio: Barefoot West is a quintet of musicians who all come from different musical backgrounds and influences to form their own catchy, unique, tight, and smooth sound. A combination of good songwriting, warm tasteful grooves, tight playing, strong soulful vocals, and southern charm are just a few thing...See Full Bio
“Levi Lowrey, a Zac Brown Band associate who is signed to Brown’s Southern Ground record label, will be the venue’s first headliner. But an opening duo is on the bill, too — Franklin County natives Kyle Forry and Justin Arnett (of Barefoot West) Lowrey said he is looking forward to breaking in the room. Forry says he’s excited and grateful to Lowrey and Harvester manager Gary Jackson for the opportunity to help kick off the schedule. “There are so many local musicians and singer-songwriters in Franklin County that are far more deserving than us, so this is not only an opportunity, but a great responsibility to do our hometown proud,” Forry wrote in an e-mail last week. “Franklin County didn’t have a music hall when we were growing up, so The Harvester is a huge deal to us.””