LEGENDARY BISCUIT SESSION w. MORGAN WADE & THE STEPBROTHERS (Special Event)

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LEGENDARY BISCUIT SESSION w. MORGAN WADE & THE STEPBROTHERS
Saturday, November 11, 2017 11:30 AM
5 Points Music Sanctuary, Roanoke, VA
  • All Ages
  • Special Event
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  • Ticket Price: $10.00 - $25.00
  • Door Time: 11:00 AM
  • Show Type: Family Friendly
  • Restrictions: All Ages
    Special Event
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Bring your friends and family for another Legendary Biscuit Session! Enjoy thick bacon, awesome gravies, fresh fruit, strong organic coffee, and biscuits that are so light and fluffy that you will crave more than you can eat.

*Tickets include Legendary Biscuit Brunch Buffet featuring: mutliple biscuit concepts, gravy bar, fruit, coffee and juice
**Cash/credit bar available featuring our Brunch Worthy Elixirs: Mimosas, Bloody's, and more

ABOUT MORGAN WADE & THE STEPBROTHERS
Morgan Wade exploded onto the Southwest Virginia music scene two years ago playing a blend of country, folk and high-energy Americana and jamming with a rotating group of musicians.  She was immediately noticed for her tremendous song writing and powerful voice.  Bassist Ed McGee and mandolin player Joe Link have been with Morgan from the beginning and added veteran rockers Drew Sprinkle on guitar and Bengy Wagner on drums to form the Morgan Wade and The Stepbrothers.  The formation of the Stepbrothers allowed Morgan to front a harder-edged, yet professional stage show.  Although Morgan still plays to her Americana roots, the music is driven by sensitive and penetrating lyrics and a tight, electrifying rock band. Morgan Wade and the Stepbrothers deliver an intersection of rock, country, and folk that reflects the beauty, anger, hunger, and hope of coming of age in modern Appalachia.