Howdy Friends, we have completed our winter hibernation and will be kicking off a run of spring and summer shows starting Friday, April 21st at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks. Showtime is 7PM and we’ll be joined by Hannah Rose. This special show re-unites us with one of our favorite charities, Relay for Life, and proceeds from the show will help in the fight against cancer. As far as bands go, ours has seen our share of cancer impacts both among band members and our families. For us, this cause is close to our hearts and we really hope you’ll join us in the fight.
The 3RB are fired up for our first visit to the Our Lady of Lourdes Fall Festival in Northridge on Friday November 4th. Showtime is 8pm-11pm. The Festival looks to be a fabulous family fun fandango, and we’re looking forward to playing a little closer to home for our loyal Northridge fans. We hope you’ll dust off the cowboy boots and head on over for a night of family fun with the Three Rivers Band. Entry to the event is free, and there will be food, beverage, and ride tickets for sale.
For more information, click on over to the Festival website at http://www.ollfestival.org/
Last night, members of the Three Rivers Band lent their musical talents to the young artists associated with It’s a New Day. It’s a New Day is a group of local citizens, patrons of and participants in the arts, with a passion to promote the arts in our community. By mentoring young, local performers with experienced artists, they produce quality events in a variety of venues to raise money for the funding of worthy local arts programs. The 3RB’s Jim-bob Harrison is musical director for the program and various band members volunteer to give the performers a live band experience. Learn more about It’s a New Day HERE
We always have a good time, and it’s inspiring to see young artists grow through the program. Here’s a pic of the performers from last night. Hint, we are the old people