Raven Haven, Graham, NC
We are playing one last show in 2021...
This coming Sunday, November 28th from 2-4pm at Raven Haven, near Saxapahaw, NC.
Raven Haven is a beautiful private outdoor venue with a lovely stage, lots of seating all around the stage, a fire pit if you want some extra warmth, along with TONS of beautiful land all around that you may meander.
Email, firstname.lastname@example.org, to reserve your tickets! $25 suggested donation.
We hope to see you there! Onyx Club Boys
FULL INFO ON SHOW:
Please join us for this very special Onyx Club Boys show. We are saying farewell to our founding bass player, and good friend, Jonathan Henderson as he embarks on his teaching journey at College of the Atlantic in Maine. We love him, and will miss him immensely!
Onyx Club Boys: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8CTe5--ZE8
Sunday, November 28th Grounds open at 1:30pm Music begins at 2:00pm
RSVP is required. Please email email@example.com for reservations. More info below ... please read all the details:) $25 requested donation for this event. Kids 14 and under free $5.00 per person goes to support Raven Haven, the rest will go to the band so please be generous in your donation!
We are taking the safety of our community very seriously and are requiring reservations to attend. We will follow the current guidelines for outdoor gatherings. However, we have plenty of space to spread out over the land to suit your comfort level. We will have seating clusters set up around the property and a few with tables so come early for the best selection. Please come at your own risk and stay home if you are not feeling well. Feel free to bring your own food and drink! RSVP is required. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations. Please indicate the number of people in your party. Payment is required to hold the reservation. Payment instructions and exact address will be provided over email.
ONYX CLUB BOYS is an acoustic string band (violin, guitar, upright bass, and drums) rooted in Django Reinhardt’s Gypsy Jazz sounds of 1930's Paris, and Stuff Smith's New York City Swing. However, being from 21st Century North Carolina, their diverse influences take the music beyond borders. It's a trip around the world, which will make you swoon, tap your feet, and realize how universally similar music really is.
"The cool dexterity of their playing binds together the broad catalog" - Grayson Currin, music editor Indy Week, NC