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Rob Augustine

Announcing the inaugural Women For Live Music Festival in RVA, featuring 2020 grammy nominee Southern Avenue and with Magnolia Boulevard!! Saturday May 9th, 3pm-midnight!

Full Music Lineup:
Southern Avenue www.southernavenuemusic.com

Magnolia Boulevard: www.magnoliaboulevardband.com

Sarah White Music: http://www.sarahwhitemusic.com/

Suzie and the G-Tones: www.suzieandthegtones.com

Weeping Molly: https://www.elanalisa.com/weeping-molly

Janet Martin: http://www.janetmartin.com/

After party featuring Bombshell RVA: https://www.bombshellrva.rocks/

Live sound production on 2 stages by Appomattox Audio Works

Suggested donation $10

Women For Live Music Festival is a tax exempt 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Sponsorship opportunities for this event are available! Please email womenforlivemusicrva@gmail.com

Proceeds from this event to benefit the scholarship fund at SPARC - Youth Performing Arts!

Please be advised that River City Roll is 21+ venue after 7pm

About Southern Avenue:
On their self-titled 2017 debut album, the boundary-breaking Memphis combo Southern Avenue sparked a one-band musical revolution, embodying an effortlessly organic soul/blues/R&B fusion that reflects the band members' diverse roots as well as their deep commitment to their chosen style. On their second album Keep On, released on May 10, 2019 via Concord Records, the dynamic outfit expands its gritty musical vision to embrace new musical challenges and a more expansive creative vision.

Southern Avenue combines the talents of a prodigiously talented set of young musicians who bring their individual backgrounds to the table to create music that carries the Southern soul legacy into the 21st century, spanning the band members' wide-ranging musical interests while showcasing the powerful chemistry and electrifying live show that they've honed through extensive stage and studio experience. Since the release of their debut, Southern Avenue has played in over a dozen countries and wowed audiences at such festivals as Bonnaroo, Firefly, Electric Forest and Lockn’.
Guitar phenom Ori Naftaly originally built his reputation in his native Israel before joining forces with deeply expressive Memphis-bred singer Tierinii Jackson and her subtly powerful drummer sister Tikyra Jackson. The band's lineup is rounded out by versatile keyboardist Jeremy Powell, an early alumnus of Stax Records' renowned music academy.

Rob Augustine