A few years ago I was checking with a local establishment about a
possible gig. Yuri replied, (read this with a slight slavic accent)
"I don't need a band. I need band followers." When the
Hampshire Review nominated Rain Crow for a "Moving Us Forward"
title, it hit me how insightful Yuri was.
The Hampshire Review
asked it's readers which of 4 individuals and 2 groups had done the
most to help the community. A bunch of old guys (Rain Crow) get
together and play the old Rock & Roll tunes they love-- no big
deal. But when the community comes out and financially supports so
many worthy benefits, those same guys get much of the acclaim. So,
from the bottom of my heart, (liver, and spleen), we thank you--
the community-- for continued generous support you supply.
for more information than you ever
wanted about the guys.
We were flattered that people wanted shirts. We will try and get you
one at cost from ICON
Screen Printing & Embroidery
, Winchester, VA. Youth and S-XL are
$9.80, XXL are $13. They are like the yellow T-shirts in the photos
Fri., Sept. 28, 2018 6-8 PM
Capon Bridge Fire Dept. Grounds
Here is an event page
and a Facebook event page
Fri. Oct. 5, Oktoberfest at the Bottling Works, Romney, begins 6:30 PM. Rain Crow plays at 8 PM.
Sat., Oct. 13, 2018 PM
Grassy Lick Community Grounds, 11924 Grassy Lick Rd. Kirby, WV
Begins at 11 AM. Rain Crow will be rockin' at noon. This is the 12th Annual Autumn Harvest Festival which is a family friendly event. Lots to see and do.
There will be a Car/Tractor Show, Arts/Crafts, Yardsale Vendors. 50/50 Raffle, Food, Things for kids to do and a Live Auction @3:00.