UPDATE- POSTPONED! KDRT Fund Raising Event at Sophia's Thai Kitchen May 16, 2019 8:00PM, Live Music, No Cover


Due to the expected storms to hit the area the Thursday May 16 event has been postponed to a later date. Some of the KDRT staff and volunteers will be at Sophias that night to enjoy a drink so if you would like to stop by to say hello we would love it!

Special Fundraising Event for KDRT at Sophia’s Thai Kitchen, Thursday May 16, 2019 Starting at 8:00PM

Donate now for KDRT here 

Live music will entertain folks on Sophia's outdoor porch. Three awesome acts will help you enjoy your beer, all the while raising some needed funds for KDRT. KDRT prides itself in bringing local voices to the forefront. Stop by and take in the tunes, and “see” some great sounds. The line up is as follows: Roger Kunkel, 8-8:30pm; Calvin Handy/Hot Pursuit 8:45-9:45pm; Didar Singh Khalsa 10-10:30pm.

Roger Kunkel 8:00 PM - 8:30PM:  Roger Kunkel plays the guitar, both acoustic  and electric. He also sometimes plays the mandolin and he might even own a banjo. Formerly of Thin White Rope and Acme Rocket Quartet, Roger has been playing guitar for over 40 years. Currently, Roger plays with Mike Blanchard and the Californios , Smoke Shovelers, and the Toadmortons.

As a soloist, Roger performs on acoustic guitar, delivering a mix of bluegrass instrumentals, jazz standards, things in between, and things outside. He is currently  celebrating the release of his latest CD "Solo Guitar".   https://www.rogerkunkelmusic.com/about

Hot Pursuit 8:45 PM - 9:45 PM: Hot Pursuit (led by Calvin Handy) is a funky jazz band that people can relate to,  with engaging rhythm and tone that music lovers know and crave. Their performance will place a special mark on this evening.

Didar Singh Khalsa 10:00PM - 10:30PM:  Didar Singh Khalsa has played guitars for 52 years, but only six years ago started writing songs, singing and recording them. He's been inspired by six consecutive trips to the guitar/songwriting camp taught by the amazing Richard Thompson. He claims the muse is relentless. Let’s test that theory.



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