The Kraken to Host Fundraiser for WCOM Community Radio on October 12
CARRBORO: The Kraken, “Chapel Hill’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Roadhouse,” will host a benefit concert event for community radio station WCOM on Friday, October 12, starting at 7PM.
Five outstanding musical acts, including former members of Jennyanykind, Southern Culture on the Skids, Arrogance, and the Veldt, have committed to perform. Too Much Fun has been delighting Triangle audiences with its unique style of rootsy, rocking, rhythm and blues for 25 years. Southern Culture on the Skids co-founder and Americana and country veteran Stan Lewis will be joined by two members of Johnathan Byrd’s band. Guitar standout Rod Abernethy, the former Arrogance member who has scored more than 70 video games, released a career double album early this year. Mark Holland, a major figure for 25 years since debuting with Jennyanykind, fronts The Dark Ways, a blues rock duo. From Durham, pianist and songwriter Karen Novy, completing her fourth album. delivers soulful Americana music. Additional artists may be announced.
All donations will benefit WCOM, your all-volunteer non-profit community radio station. The Kraken is located five miles west of Carrboro at the intersection of NC 54 and Dobson’s Crossroads Road. For more information about the Kraken http://thekrakenbar.com/ and for WCOM-FM 103.5 http://www.wcomfm.org.