Benefit Concert with Bianca Merkley, Jackie Frost, BJ Kocen, and More!

Jun 7, 2010 |  0 comments
Date: Jun 7, 2010 Time: 
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Open to the public,  the concert is being called “Harmony for Healing: Women Helping Women Through Music.” The proceeds will be donated to Mood Disorders Clinic in the Department of Psychiatry at VCU and Central State Hospital (Women’s Unit).

Bianca Merkley does not look or behave like one might expect from a rock star.  Bianca is, and always has been, a down-to-earth type of girl; one who others might say enjoys the wisdom and foresight that suggests she is an old soul.  Her unpretentious beauty is natural and unassuming.  But don’t be fooled by the mysterious and soft-spoken girl holding the guitar and standing before you in front of the microphone.  This girl rocks the house. Naomi is also one in which you should not be fooled by. She smiles politely at everyone and dazzles many with her positive energy that radiates from her. A cellist from age three, Naomi is unstoppable. Her passion for life, people and music is evident in everything she does. See if you can feel it as you hear her play. You can practically hear her passion sounding out as she bows across every string of her instrument and pours out her soul to those who choose to stop and listen. Together, Bianca and Naomi create a beautiful combination of music that is simple; which has no superfluous parts; and therefore puts the mind and soul at ease.

Jackie Frost is a favorite on the Richmond music scene and at Ashland Coffee & Tea. Her beautiful and bluesy voice have entertained audiences for over a decade. Jackie will be joined by Libby Dunton and Sheryl Warner!

Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door

Sponsors include:  Parker House Interior, Richmond WIRE, Trader Joe’s, Envy Salon, Family Transition, WRIR,  SC Consulting, Sam Ash, Starbucks, Outback, Frame Nation, Virginia This Morning , Richmond Go Girl Radio

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