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Concerts With Causes, Inc. & Music Studio 307 have teamed up with 26 Miracles Concerts to present this rockin' awesome concert to raise money for seriously ill children to go to Paul Newman's The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp in Ashford, CT. This event features Gypsyrose, Lentner, Humble Patientsand the extremely talented Charlie Farren (formerly of The Joe Perry Project & founder of FARRENHEIT) Ticket donations are $25 in advance ($30 at the door) which includes a Pasta dinner and can be purchased via this link: http://www.onpurposeplace.com/KRFK1.html
7 dollars 21+ 10 dollars Under 21 ID's Required Featuring The Quantum Mechanic https://www.facebook.com/thequantummechanic Atlatl https://www.facebook.com/atlatlband Apollos Ressurrection https://www.facebook.com/apollosresurrection?ref=ts&fref=ts TravelAmygdala https://www.facebook.com/travelamygdala Project 1313 https://www.facebook.com/Project1313band Hard Wire https://www.facebook.com/HardWiredRock When Gods Were Men https://www.facebook.com/WhenGodsWereMen Lentner https://www.facebook.com/lentnerband
Quantum Mechanic start of there tour so everyone be here to give them good luck on there travels.
Sounds Like: Alter Bridge, Foo Fighters, Nickelback, Black Stone Cherry
Manager: Jacob Lentner
Bio: "There's something very natural about bands that feature multiple members of the same family. Maybe growing up in the vicinity of a sibling who also enjoys playing music makes starting a group, if not easier, at least a logical progression. If two such musically inclined siblings also work togeth...See Full Bio
“There is so much music in Western Massachusetts that sometimes you miss a band until its too late. That is almost the case with the rock band Lentner, but not quite. The band, which hails from Chesterfield, features two brothers Jacob and Joseph Lentner, who have been playing music in their living room for the past six years. The third member is bassist Cortland Watson. The reason they are breaking up while so popular? Not the usual "creative difference," but rather a more practical and logistical problem. "Two members of the band are joining the Marines," said Jacob. "Not me. My brother and Cortland." The band has been able to tour the Northeast, and has been featured on several regional radio stations. Along with numerous local gigs, the group has also played Patriots Place at Gillette Stadium, Copley Square in Boston, and in front the Federal Hall National Memorial building on Wall Street in New York City. They have also earned top honors in many battle of the band competitions. ”