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Lee Rascone's Writers Night 9:30 PM Round
This night will be a huge benefit to help hit writer Stan Webb, who has faced some tough life challenges recently. He's a great friend to all. Now is our chance to help him. While there is no cover, donations and a silent auction will be in place from 6 to 11 PM. Hosted by Debi Champion, the list of amazing writers donating there performances is enough to make your head explode--many millions sold from their many hits. If you're looking for me, I'll be there for the duration and both Keeli and I are scheduled to be in the 9:30 set! Please help us to help our own! Thanks!
A writers round at The Maxwell House hosted by Lee Rascone Sr. We promise to be good to the last drop.
I am honored to be part of a writers round put together by Jack Bond. Shows starts at 7PM Come on out y'all
Concert will be in front of the beautiful West Meade Waterfall - Wine and snacks served- Directions from downtown: West on Harding, Right on Davidson, Left on Jocelyn Hollow (3 1/2 miles) Left on Hathaway Court
Bio: Born in Philadelphia, his mother a child psychologist, his father a dentist and professional opera singer in his early years, Ric Sandler was tapping out rhythm and humming melody before he could walk, and is an accomplished composer, vocalist, hit songwriter, and producer with nearly 1000 songs ...See Full Bio
“Ric Sandler, a singer-songwriter-producer-programmer, has released a disc of standout tunes that consist of rock, pop, and R&B elements. Sandler is a great singer, and the vocals on this CD are wonderfully wrapped with full background vocals, horns, spacerock guitar licks, and toe-tapping tempos. The songwriting here is mature, utilizing both lyrical and musical hooks to good effect, and flowing naturally. Sandler cites such diverse influences as George Gershwin, Nirvana, Sam Cooke, Bob Dylan, and Van Morrison, giving you an idea of where he is coming from. Sandler's vocal reminds me of Don Henley at times, but the music has a more electric approach with nicely produced guitars and rhythm tracks. This is a very accessible CD, which should appeal to mainstream listeners.”