Legends on Grace: Nightcaps & Stories – RPAA

By | August 15, 2021
Join us for a 90-minute, up close and personal cabaret-style series that honors a diverse line-up of Virginia’s music artists as they share with you their legendary journeys and passion for their craft – all accompanied by the songs of their pasts. Each of our artists will be interviewed by popular local hosts in the intimate setting of Rhythm Hall, on a comfortable sofa with their favorite beverage in hand!

October 23, 2021 at 8pm – With missionary zeal Robin and Linda Williams have made it their calling to perform their blend of folk, bluegrass, and acoustic country music at concerts, on television, and radio shows including many performances at the Grand Ole Opry and A Prairie Home Companion. Join us for this up-close and personal evening with these Virginia music masters as they share their passion and their experiences from nearly five decades in music. Hosted by Tim Timberlake – Music Producer

December 4, 2021 at 8pm – James “Plunky” Branch is a saxophonist, songwriter and producer. His extraordinary career includes 25 albums covering funk, jazz, African, rap, and R&B. He has appeared in concert with some of the biggest names in music, including Patti LaBelle, Ray Charles, Earth Wind & Fire, LL Cool J, and Chuck Brown. Hosted by B.J. Brown – Executive Director, Richmond Jazz Society

February 5, 2022 at 8pm – Robbie Schaefer is a musician, songwriter and playwright. He is the founder, songwriter and guitarist of the acclaimed indie folk-rock band Eddie from Ohio, and has written musicals for the stage, including Light Years which is currently in development as a feature film. Robbie also founded the international non-profit, OneVoice – working with youth around the world to create social change through music and the arts. Hosted by Daniel Clarke – Musician/Songwriter/Producer

April 23, 2022 at 8pm – Virginia natives Andrew Alli and Josh Small have taken the Blues scene by storm, bringing their unique harmonica, guitar, and banjo playing talent to Richmond for decades. This very special duo has also toured internationally, developing a worldwide following. Hosted by Stephen Lecky – Musician/Director of Events at Venture Richmond

June 25, 2022 at 8pm – Desirée Roots is an award-winning singer and actress. Her ability to sing nearly every genre including Jazz, Gospel, Opera, and popular music has made her one of the region’s most sought-after vocalists. She has been a guest performer with the world-famous Glenn Miller Orchestra, and has shared the stage with Grammy award-winning artists BB King, Buddy Guy, Gerald Albright, and Brian McKnight. Hosted by Antoinette Essa – WTVR News 6 Reporter

TICKETS: We look forward to welcoming you back to our home at Rhythm Hall in Dominion Energy Center. We will be offering two performance experiences to fit your comfort level. Tickets go on sale Monday, August 16, 2021 at 9am and can be purchased at DominionEnergyCenter.com or (800) 514-3849 (ETIX).

In-Person Seating: VIP and General Admission cabaret table seating $42.50 – $52.50 per person. Each table seats up to four patrons.

On-Demand: Enjoy this performance from the comfort of your home with our On-Demand option. A private link of the performance will be sent within 48 hours after the performance and can be viewed for one week. Tickets for the On Demand option are $32.50 per person.

Season Subscription: Join us for all five shows for $150 – $250 per person and enjoy no ticketing fees and free on-site parking! TICKETS

HEALTH AND SAFETY: RPAA is committed to the safety of its patrons, staff, and artists. Following local, state, and federal guidelines, RPAA and ASM Global (the management company of Dominion Energy Center and Altria Theater) have listed their COVID safety measures at: https://www.dominionenergycenter.com/plan-your-visit/health-safety.

CONTACT: For additional information, please contact Jacqueline O’Connor, Programming and Marketing Coordinator, at joconnor@rpaalliance.com or (804) 916-9291.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.