Rebirth Brass Band with Hoppie Vaughan - Shenandoah Valley
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Rebirth Brass Band with Hoppie Vaughan

Lime Kiln Theater

Rebirth Brass Band With Hoppie Vaughan

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For almost 4 decades, the Grammy winning Rebirth Brass Band has been “stunning” fans with a fiery live show and a rich musical catalog. Their trademark sound pays homage to the New Orleans brass band tradition while weaving a tapestry that combines elements of jazz, funk, soul, R&B and the sounds from the streets they grew up on. From their legendary 25+ year run of Tuesday nights at the Maple Leaf to stages all over the world, Rebirth is the soundtrack of the Crescent City and her premier musical ambassador.
Founded by brothers Phil and Keith Frazier over 35 years ago, Rebirth began their career playing on the sidewalks of the French Quarter, and quickly landed gigs at second line parades. Those auspicious beginnings have led to thousands of shows to music aficionados everywhere, including heads of state and royalty.
The bands unique “soundtrack of New Orleans” has also garnered admiration from artists of all genres. They’ve shared the stage and collaborated with everyone from the Grateful Dead to the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Maceo Parker, Green Day, U2, James Brown, 311, G-Love, MuteMath, Juvenile, Train, Big Freedia, Ani Difranco, Galactic, Allen Touisant, Neville Brothers, Quincy Jones and Trombone Shorty.
Hoppie Vaughan
Rhythm, blues, and soul performer, Hoppie Vaughan has been igniting and expanding the live music scene in Roanoke, Virginia since 1996. As a full-time singer, songwriter, guitar player, bass player, and entertainer, Hoppie and his impressive group, the Ministers of Soul are the house band on Wednesday nights at Blue 5, an upscale live music venue and restaurant in Downtown Roanoke. Eight years running, they still pack the house, delivering an electrifying show you don’t want to miss! Hoppie also performs as solo act, Hoppie Vaughan.
Hoppie’s new album, “Patient Man” released in June, 2018. With nine originals and only one cover, there isn’t a bad or even average track on this gem. What a fitting title for an exceptional music career that started early, developed gradually, and keeps hitting its stride with each new original song. Following a show at Blue 5, Elmer Coles of the Elmer Coles Funktet told Vaughan, “Hoppie, this is yo’ time.” Nashville song shopper, Chris Keaton, made an excellent point when he told Hoppie, “You know how to wait on it. You got the patience in your playing.”

June 2


7:30 pm - 9:30 pmEDT


cost not specified

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Lime Kiln Theater
607 Borden Rd
Lexington, VA 24450 United States

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