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RUCKaRUCK ENT ---- 41 PROMOTIONS PRESENTS ***BRING BACK DAT CRANK***** "APPLE BLOSSOM EDITION" ***FEATURING*** "JUNKYARD" KINGS OF CRANK FOR 30 YEARS along with THE #PARTYCRANK KINGS "MATURE CLIENTELE" WHEN : SATURDAY MAY 2nd *************HOP ON THE JYB EXPRESS****************** PARTY BUS TO HOLLYWOOD CASINO WV THEN KARMA NIGHT CLUB "ROUND TRIP" $50 Get $10 GAMBLE CARD THIS INCLUDES ENTRY TO CASINO & CLUB. 4:00pm Pick-up from Clinton Park-N-Ride Stuart lane off Branch ave behind McDonalds and shell gas station across from walmart 5:00 Pick up from Herndon-Monroe Park-N-Ride in Va Leave club at 1:45 return to Clinton park-N-ride by 3:00am For bus tickets Contact: Ruck 240-893-7406 Shawn 202-805-9286 _______________________________________________ CRANK SESSION WHERE: KARMA NIGHT CLUB 1046 Millwood Pike Winchester, VA 22602 Time: 10:00pm-2:00am 21 n up with proper ID LIMITED $20 ADV Dj BEZO ON DA TRACKS SPECIAL GUEST HIP HOP ARTIST Du$kbonez Beat Da Block HOSTED BY: WAYNE THE VOYCE MATTHEWS FOR ADV TICKETS Contact: Ruck 240-893-7406 Kristen (304) 820-4196 Shelly (540) 905-0413 Melony (304) 820-7260 Sharp Edges Barbershop IN WINCHESTER, VA MJ`S APPARELS CLOTHING WINCHESTER, VA
Grand Finale 2014 Bringing Back Dat Crank Go Go series 101 Scorpio`s Edition Ft JunkYard Band
Scarface at Howard Theatre; Opening Acts include Junkyard Band and King Shug feat. JusPaul
Next Level Cuts & Cash House Ent presents "Scarface" Opening Act(s): Junkyard Band Friday, February 21, 2014 Showtime @ 11:59 PM Doors open @ 11:00 PM Tickets $35 early bird, $50 after - See more at: http://thehowardtheatre.com/show/2014/02/21/scarface/#sthash.hwBKNvi4.dpuf
S.p" UniqueChild, Kojo Hotflow, and Davonne D'Neil will be making a special appearance at the Whiskey to showcase a new song off their "It's Just Different" project.
Manager: CHUCK 240-604-8612 OR HOUSE 240-876-9348
Bio: THE Junkyard Band in 1980 when Junkyard began playing they used buckets and cans because these young kids of the projects in Southeast Barry Farms at time did not have enough money to purchase real equipment. They used whatever they found to play, and they didn’t let anyone or anything stopping ...See Full Bio