Come Rock 'n' Roll with Road Crew and Cosmic Tea March 15th at Quincy's Pub!!! 6590 Commerce Blvd Rohnert Park, CA 94928 21+ $5 Cover LIGHTS!!! CAMERA!!! ROCK!!!
https://www.facebook.com/events/673725412650402/ The Road Crew are scheduled to play from 1:50-2:50 p.m., so make sure you don't miss us! This is a benefit concert for Terry Whitington, the owner of Man Drums. Terry has had to endure many months of pain that ended up with a long hospital stay. Join us for a day of music with seven bands playing throughout the day. There will be raffles, a silent auction, vendors with unique and original wares, tattoo artists, and wine, beer, food and of course, music! If you can’t make the event, get your T-shirt designed by Kendall Whitington, daughter of Terry. Follow this link to order yours now. The Whitington family can use your help to pay hospital bills and keep their company, Man Drums, up and running. Anything you can donate would be fantastic and greatly appreciated.
Come on out for a rockin' great night with Cosmic Tea followed by headliners The Road Crew, as heard on 107.7 The Bone!! Show starts at 9 p.m.
Proceeds will go to support 100 Thousand Poets for Change, a 501(c)3 non-profit global arts organization for peace sustainability, and The Arlene Francis Center for Spirit, Arts and Politics Food available at the Arlene Francis Cafe
Sounds Like: Guns N' Roses, Official Motörhead, SKID ROW, Motley Crue, Megadeth
Bio: Crashing the energy of punk into late ’80s Sunset Strip–style metal, The Road Crew bring a high-energy stage show and songs that tell of the raw side of life and love with catchy hooks, killer riffs, and lyrical bass lines anchored by thunderous drums. The Road Crew have rocked stages throughout ...See Full Bio
“Last Friday night I had my faith in rock and roll restored by a local rock band that just will have you craving more! Road Crew is from Santa Rosa, California (wine country just north of San Francisco) and Friday they were playing at one of the last venues we have here for enjoying live rock shows, The Last Day Saloon. We are still in shock over news that it will be closing in May. After the one and only rock station, the FOXX closed just a couple years ago, I was beginning to fear that rock and roll was dying in this area. I found myself making weekly trips to San Francisco, Sacramento and even Los Angeles to make sure I was getting my fix of rock and roll bands. I was so excited to find out that this great rock band, Road Crew was from right here! These four guys are rock and roll personified. They definitely have what it takes to keep the rock scene alive and they have the sound to prove it. These guys belong on the Sunset Strip!”