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Rock N Roll Gallery Event & Concert To Benefit The Light House Shelter

| February 11, 2011, 05:55 PM | 0 Comments

On Saturday, February 12th, 2011, Park Place will be the place to be. The night begins at Varuna Aveda Salon at 7:30p with a Rock N Roll Gallery Event. Photographs of The Dirty Names taken by local photographer, John Bildahl, will be on exhibit. Free drinks and food will be provided during the Gallery Event (only).

Next door at Fado’s Irish Pub, beginning at 10pm, The Dirty Names will take the stage for 2 full hours of Rock & Roll! There is no cover for the concert but attendees are encouraged to bring a can of food or article of clothing that will be donated to the Light House shelter.

The Dirty Names are a young group of musicians that came together with the same passion and love for music – they play rock & roll the good, old-fashioned way: simple, well-crafted, and yet unique and of the times.

Hailing from the mid Atlantic region of the U.S.A, Dirty Names (formerly The Names) have arrived with the purpose of bringing back the lost art of pure Rock and Roll with a new twist. This up and coming band is comprised of five young men who have been playing music since they could shake a rattle. Dirty Names are: Harrison Cofer on guitar, Matt Rose on drums, Kit Whitacre on guitar, Sam Wetterau on bass guitar, and John Countryman on keys, with each member featured on vocals. The Dirty Names are currently touring the east coast, spreading their gospel and building a Rock & Roll community.

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John’s background is in the travel industry as a business owner, industry speaker, and travel writer. In terms of blogging and social media, he cut his teeth with MSNBC.com.

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