We'll be playing from 8pm on, so come on in whenever suits your fancy!
4 bands 1 low price - an incredible night of music at The Refuge - between Nieman and Quivira on 135th st behind Planet Fitness
Proceeds raised at this concert will fund grants from the Affording Adoption Foundation for families in the process of adopting. Since January of 2010, the AAF has awarded $27,050 in grants to 22 families in the process of adopting 33 children from 10 different countries! Those aren't just "numbers" - those are CHANGED LIVES!!! And they can't do it without their fundraising efforts and people like you! See you there! It's gonna ROCK!!! PS This is a FAMILY event - so bring the kiddos too! Each person in attendance must purchase a ticket.
So many of your favorite artists all in one night! Please come support us and hear some new and amazing music
Come join us as we officially release our first album entitled "Good Morning"! It will be a blast and we hope to see you there!
Sounds Like: Mae, Relient K, Everfield, the morning of, Ben Rector
Label: Randalf Records
Bio: TTWC is a group of college musicians from Bolivar, Missouri. They are known throughout their campus for having a passion for God, music, and fashionable jackets.
Currently in college, they have plans to:
1) Buy a large yacht
2) Prepare for the coming toaster (commonly confused with zombie) apoca...See Full Bio
Piano, Keys, Vocals
“To The West Coast described themselves as a band of Christians, but not as a Christian band. “Drew and I do most of the writing,” Qualls said. “[Our faith] influences so much of our lives and we write about our lives, so it influences so much of our writing.” The band said their inspirations include bands such as Deas Vail, Mae, Relient K and even a little Lady Antebellum on a good day. These bands believe a similar philosophy on the Christian band/band of Christians issue, including Matt Theissen of Relient K. “Jesus is a name that’s very powerful and should be respected,” Theissen said. “To misuse it in a song just to make my Christian audience happy is borderline blasphemous.””