Musical fundraiser with area musicians, food trucks and a raffle to benefit the Wake County Salvation Army and its associated Wake Smiles dental clinic at Lifepointe Church in Raleigh, NC on Saturday, Sept. 19th. from 5 to 8PM.
Bobby Bryson 8:30-9pm Chris Hendricks 9pm-930 Kristina Sedito 930-1000 Kasey Tyndall 10-1030 Kennedy Fitzsimmons 1030-11 Zak Domogalla 11-1130 Nikol 1130-1215
Chris Hendricks is a passionate, local singer/songwriter. As his website says "Striving to reach and inspire as many people as possible with his music, Hendricks knows he has his work cut out for him. It is a daunting task, but he is excited to be on a journey that is fueled completely by his utmost passion in life. At the end of the day, the music speaks for itself."
Sounds Like: The Kicks, Honor By August, Coldplay
Manager: Aaron Gallagher, AC Music Group
Bio: Pop/rock singer-songwriter Chris Hendricks was instilled with a passion for music from the very beginning. His father, a country singer in his own right, helped foster his desire to be courageous behind a microphone. Unbeknownst to him, this courage would be the staging point for the rest of a ...See Full Bio
“Talking to Chapel Hill songwriter Chris Hendricks—or, for that matter, listening to his bold, grandiose pop music—feels like watching an athlete being interviewed on the air after a championship: He gushes about the friends and collaborators who made it possible. He thanks them repeatedly. And he speaks of his music as the guiding light for his life, a means for survival. The four-song Meant to Survive, which Hendricks releases this week, is only his second EP. But he treats it as a defining point in his life, a moment of triumph and truth. And really, it is: As a child, Hendricks was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, a disorder that he says pushed him, at best, into a quiet childhood and, at worst, into a punching bag for the bullies at his school. He still sports a scar beneath his chin from those juvenile beatings. Hendricks now uses his Breaking Down Barriers program to speak to students about the detriments of bullying and how to stop it.”