SONGS 4 SOLDIERS BENEFIT CONCERT
Presented by George Weber Chevrolet
September 14, 2013 the first Annual Songs4Soldiers Benefit Concert will take place at Market Place Shopping Centre in Columbia, IL. The event will showcase four St. Louis bands including The Honey starting things off at 4pm sharp. They will be followed by the high energy group from St.Louis called SuperJam -featuring members of the well know band El Monstero. Super Majik Robots will follow them playing all the hits from a wide variety of genre's. Finally, Where's Charlie? featuring members of This Must Be the Band (Talking Heads Tribute) hits the stage to close out the night. Where's Charlie has an interesting mix of material ranging from the Rolling Stones and the Beatles to The Black Keys and Katy Perry. Needless to say, there will be no shortage of hits coming from these four bands.
Songs4Soldiers is proud to be connected to local business. Come hungry and enjoy food and drinks from six local Columbia restaurants including Tiny's Pub, Reifschneider's Grill & Grape, Who Dat's Southern Food, Bully's Smokehouse, and Joe Boccardi's! We are also excited to have Chateau La Vin Wine Shop providing us with your favorite wines and snacks.
Come join us for a beautiful night of music, food, and drink for an absolutely amazing cause.
September 14, 2013
4:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Super Majik Robots
Where's Charlie (featuring members of This Must Be The Band)
Children 12 and under are Free
From 255 South take IL-3 South to Columbia, turn right at the 2nd light Veterans Parkway then left onto Columbia Center drive.
Columbia Centre Parking Lot
Columbia, IL 62236
SUPER MAJIK ROBERTS
Super Majik Robots is a continuation of a project that was named Love Drunk. Hand picked by Carol Ivcich (Coordinator for all the El Monstero shows), working together with Dave AlanS to form a band that could and would be the band/entertainment for her clothing/fashion line exhibitions. The idea was to have an event that would entertain and promote the clothing line while innovating ideas of what music was and could be, while having a lot of fun doing it. It was to be six concert/runway type events and
then the project was to be over.
But, when the project was over, the band members looked at each other and said “Hey, we’re having a lot of fun, and people really dig this, it would be a bummer for us, and a shame for others not to see this show anymore.” So we tweaked it, streamlined it, and shaped it until we had a band that could do super fun, innovative, creative, energy driven shows on a weekly basis. From Costume changes, to 6 foot Penguins, a trained dancer, choreographed stage routines, or emulating police officers……You never know what’s going to happen next at a Super Majik Robots show.
And it IS a show! but yet it’s a concert too! At the heart of it all, is the music. And no one pays more attention to detail than the Robots. It doesn’t matter if it’s a crowd pleasing romper or one of their signature Mash Ups, it’s going to sound great and bring a smile to your face.
What’s a Mash Up you say? You ever hear a song that kinda sounded like another song? Well SMR takes stuff like that and mixes it all together to make something familiar, yet brand new. And have you ever heard a DJ in a club put the lyrics to one song over the top of the music of a different song? Yep, they do that too! Except, they are a band and not a DJ! When you hear Sexy Back in Black for the first time, you may get whiplash from realizing what you are listening to. (it’s a Mash Up with the music of Back in Black with Justin Timberlake’s ‘Sexy Back’ over the top)
With accomplished musicians to execute the tunes, it’s a rock’n'roll banquet of fun and mischief for the players as well as the audience participants! Jeremy Miller and Andrew Rola hold down the rhythm section: Jeremy has been in Maxtone 4, as well as the drum tech for bands like Colony and Greenwheel. Joel Dodson on lead guitar who has led original bands like Tell Tale Heart. Jaime Kennington adds female vocal flare that she fined tuned while in bands like THE X. and Dave AlanS contributes to vocals
and guitar – honing skills from bands like Social Blunder back when Pointessential CD’s still meant something, and bands like Lord Baltimore that brought the power pop!
Fun, Energetic, Aesthetic, Nostalgic, Contemporary, Whacky, sometimes even silly……..while delivering quality music. That is Super Majik Robots.
and SMR is:
Dave AlanS: Guitar and Vocals
Jaime Kennington: Acoustic and Vocals
Joel Dodson: Guitars and Vocals
Andrew Rola: Bass and Vocals
Jeremy Miller: Drums and Percussion
The Honey is a small two-man-band from Illinois. They play a low-key style of music with an acoustic tone. This unique duo consists of Scott Harres and Jillian.
The name of a mighty quintet of St. Louis rockers-nay-dreamers, who dare to dream that they can bring back those heady days of yesteryear. Bring back screaming guitars and killer rock poses! Bring back racks of keyboards and questionable fashions! Bring back ear splitting vocals and soul crushing bass! Bring back senseless drum solos! Bring back lava lamps and black light posters! Superjam! A blinding beacon of light in a dark world of oppressive monotony…
Featuring spectacular re-creations by artists such as:
Boston, STYX, Journey, Foreigner, REO Speedwagon, The Who, Toto, Supertramp,Manfred Mann, April Wine, Shooting Star, .38 Special, Eddie Money, Night Ranger, Steve Miller Band……
And many, many more.
Starting to get the picture? We knew you would. Enjoy!
Dave Farver –Lead vocals, sax
Jeff Gallo- Bass, Vocals
Eric Lysaght- Lead Guitar
James Wolfe- Keys, Guitar, vocals
Ken McCray- Drums
WHERE’S CHARLIE? (featuring members of This Must Be the Band)
Hi friends. We are an original band from St. Louis MO. We have played many many shows around St. Louis including The Pageant, Busch Stadium, off Broadway, Old Rockhouse, and many more. However, we also play annually for a benefit concert called Songs4Soldiers. We feature members of This Must Be The Band (Talking Heads tribute) Grood, and DjnoDJ. We come together for this special evening once a year and deliver some of your favorite hits mixed in with some hits you didn’t think were hits. Songs4Soldiers is our drummer’s not-for-profit organization. S4S benefits four different local St. Louis veterans every year with money raised from the show. So, feel free to join us at this years show Sept, 14, 2013 in Columbia, IL at Market Place Shopping Center. It is always a beautiful thing to be apart of. We hope to see you there. Love and Light.