Knickerbocker All Stars®
Saturday, April 15
CD Release Party of the new Knickerbocker All Stars recording, Texas Rhody Blues
Featuring Duke Robillard, Sugar Ray Norcia and Willie J. Laws
All CD sales will be donated to Stand Up For Animals by the Knickerbocker Music Center.
Show: 8p | Doors: 7p
Tickets: $15 advance / $20 door ($2 Service Charge Included With Online Tickets. All sales are final, no ticket refunds or exchanges. Seats are on a first-come, first-serve basis, and seats are not guaranteed with ticket purchase.)
Visit Website: http://knickerbockerallstars.com
About Knickerbocker All Stars:
“First of all, hats off to this crew of bluesmen for forming a super group for the blues…This is the third release and may well be the best so far…Everyone is on top of his game and the ensemble is really tight throughout…This set is as good as the original Roomful of Blues” - Dave Rogers, New Blues News
"Texas Rhody Blues is a celebration of the great Texas Bluesmen and the generation of tremendous blues musicians who followed, of which there are too many to list. There is no question that Jimmie Vaughan and Duke Robillard should be hall of famers and the bookends of the Texas/Rhody blues connection. Please play this recording loud!" – JP Sheerar
Artists Featured on Knickerbocker All Stars Recordings
Al Copley• Duke Robillard • Jimmie Vaughan • Ricky King Russell • Rich Lataille • Curtis Salgado • Sugaray Rayford • Willie J Laws • Brian Templeton • Brad Hallen • Johnny Nicholas • Mark Teixeira • Monster Mike Welch • Sax Gordon Beadle • Matt McCabe • Al Basile • Sugar Ray Norcia • Bruce Bears • Doug James • Doc Chanonhouse • Carl Querfurth • Dennis Cook • Fran Christina • Bobby Christina • Dave Maxwell • Nick Adams • Bob Worthington • Malford Milligan • JP Sheerar • Mike O'Connell
About Stand Up For Animals:
Stand Up For Animals is a local non-profit organization established in 2002. Our vision was to build a new animal shelter to replace the aging, over-crowded and under-equipped shelter in Westerly. Our vision became a reality in August 2009 when we moved into a new 7,200 square-foot animal shelter, adoption center and regional resource center. Before being adopted, all animals in our facility are given a thorough exam by our resident veterinarian and are spayed or neutered. We have a three acre dog park for the community and shelter dogs to enjoy and we partner with other local agencies to provide programs and assistance to pets and their families in our community. If you haven’t already visited the shelter, stop by and take a tour. We are so very proud of our facility!