The Rosewood Thieves are on board to play the NEXT Charity Concert Series at 10 p.m. this Friday at the Rack ‘n’ Roll Cafe, 268 Atlantic St., Stamford, Conn. Opening the show at 9 p.m. will be Evan Toth.
Totally by coincidence, I had checked out the Rosewood Thieves recently after reading about them in Relix Magazine and I was instantly attracted to their sound. It’s quite retro, sounding very much like that of The Beatles, but with a nice country-rock foundation. It’s also quite hip, sort of befitting of the band’s Brooklyn address. Check these guys out locally while you can, before they head out on a tour that includes dates in far away lands such as Pennsylvania, Maryland, North Carolina, Tennessee and Ohio.
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The NEXT Charity Concert Series is the brainchild of Chris Bro of 107.1 The Peak. Tickets are cheap — selling online now for only 5 bucks — and a portion of the proceeds will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Think good music for a good cause can’t possibly get any better?
Well, I’m happy to inform you that Captain Lawrence Brewing Company will be selling pints at $3 a pop to help encourage the cause. Scott Vaccaro, the brewer, will also be collecting donations at his free Friday night tastings.