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Sister’s 9th Annual Stomp Christmas Benefit

December 15, 2023 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Join us for Sister’s 9th Annual Stomp Christmas Benefit live at The Riff, December 15th! 100% of all proceeds goes to help homeless and transitional living youth right here in our own community!
Join us for a jolly evening of festive fun at the Sister’s 9th Annual Stomp Christmas Benefit!Get ready to stomp your feet and spread the holiday cheer on Fri, Dec 15, 2023 at The Riff. At this incredible event, you’ll experience the magic of Christmas like never before. Sister Lucille will be taking the stage, filling the air with their lively tunes and infectious energy. You won’t be able to resist tapping your toes and dancing along!
Not only will you be treated to fantastic live music, but you’ll also have the opportunity to contribute to a great cause. This event serves as a benefit to support homeless and transitional living youth during the holiday season. Your presence will make a difference in the lives of many, spreading love and joy when it’s needed most.
So mark your calendars and gather your loved ones for a night of merriment at The Riff. Don’t miss out on this unforgettable celebration of Christmas, where music, charity, and the spirit of giving come together in perfect harmony. Let’s make this Sister’s 9th Annual Stomp Christmas Benefit the best one yet!
In partnership with Stomp The Blues Out Homelessness, Sister Lucille is proud to present the 9th Annual Stomp Christmas Benefit! Every single penny earned will go towards providing Christmas baskets (life essentials) for homeless and transitional youth. We have a big order to fill this year as we are trying to help over 90 kids from several different organizations including Rare Breed, Darr House, Laura’s House and Youth Connect Center. Jim Payne, along with all the good folks involved in the Stomp organization, work year round providing funding for all different kinds of charity organizations and consistently helping out wherever they are needed to make our community a better place, all while changing lives in the process! Our inspiration comes from the folks in the trenches who feed and care for our less fortunate citizens daily without prejudice. The least we can do as a band is put on a show once a year and donate 100% of all proceeds to try and show some love and support to the people who need it the most, which in our opinion is homeless youth. I always say, if you only come to one Sister Lucille show a year please make it be this one! I promise you will leave with a smile on your face knowing that you are helping us to help the kids and to let them know there are people out there who cares about them! Last year we had 220 in attendance and raised over $4000! With your help, we believe we can set a new record this year!
About Sister Lucille : Reaching #12 on the Billboard Blues charts with their latest album “Tell The World”, Sister Lucille is making a big splash in the National Blues & Roots scene! Hailing from Southwest Missouri and deeply inspired by the musical legacy of Memphis, Sister Lucille has turned the worlds of Blues, Roots and Soul on their collective head and created their own genre – Memphunk! The band’s musical genetics run wide and deep. From lead singer Kimberly Dill’s Opry debut at the Ryman Auditorium as a teenager, opening for the legendary Kitty Wells, to the band’s Beale Street debut in 2014, the Springfield, MO foursome breathes funk in to the Blues, stirs it with the soul of Gospel and tints it with an air of Country to forge a sound that’s distinctly American but universal in its appeal. Dill and Jamie Holdren (guitar/vocals) are both second-generation musicians, and their collective musical DNA is the fuel for Sister Lucille’s fire. Their 2019 debut album, Alive, clocked an astounding 22 straight months on the Top 50 Blues-Rock Album Chart, with all 11 songs hitting the Top 50 Blues-Rock Song Chart for multi-month runs, and finished the year at #10 on the 2020 Top 200 Year-End Blues-Rock Chart. Three songs from Alive became mainstays on SIrius/XM’s Bluesville, and the album won the 2020 Blues Blast Award for Best Debut CD, and also received three Independent Blues Award Nominations for Best New Artist CD, Best Soul-Blues Artist and Best Contemporary Blues Song. “Gone,” the follow-up single released by the band in late 2020, was featured in the January/February 2021 issue of Relix magazine and has garnered airplay on every top Blues radio program in the US, and is proof Sister Lucille’s patented Memphunk sound is here to stay
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