Tropical Heatwave performers join From A Woman's POV and The 19th Annual Sunshine and Soul Concert benefits Tampa Bay's domestic violence centers
This week on From A Woman's POV the following topics were covered:
Brooklyn (Brooke) Graeff of Good Graeff.
Brooke and her twin sister Brittany will perform Saturday at 7:30 at New World Brewery for Tropical Heatwave. They started out busking on the street corners of Sarasota at age 16. At 18 they went different ways, and reunited in Hanoi, Viet Nam in 2012. They still have dedicated followers in Viet Nam. The twins are as interesting as their music.
Bree - All American Girl, performing Saturday at 9:40 pm in the Cantina at Tropical Heatwave. In a world where much of rock has lost its passion in a soulless sterility of studio smoke and mirrors comes bree - a 24-year-old Christian cult castaway from Harrisburg, Oregon who discovered the truth the first time she plugged into a Gibson Flying V and cranked up a vintage Marshall amp. She was voted the Nashville RAW Musician of the Year. You can check her out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BreeMusic/info
The 19th Annual Sunshine and Soul Concert benefitting Bay Area Domestic Violence centers will be Sunday, May 11 at The Getaway, 13090 Gandy Blvd N, St. Pete, 813-2676-1602 from 3-7 pm. The concert will feature “The Black Honkeys” and “Souliz with Sugar and Spice”, as well as long time supporter and organizer “Patty Sanphy and Friends.” Proceeds will benefit CASA, St. Pete; The Haven, Clearwater; The Spring, Tampa; Sunrise, Pasco and Salvation Army DV Shelter, West Pasco. Velma Glover, “Spice” of Sugar and Spice and Erica of The Haven will be guests on the show.
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