John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band coming to Courthouse

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John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band will be blowing the roof off the Courthouse Center for the Arts in a return appearance on Saturday, November 25 at 8 p.m.  Come join in the excitement as this rocking band entertains you.

After a decade-long run in the 1970s on the Northeast music scene, John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band became recognized as one of the best and most popular unsigned acts in the country. They achieved national recognition when leader John Cafferty wrote and performed the score to the motion picture, “Eddie & The Cruisers.” The soundtrack became a triple platinum. John Cafferty’s solo track, “Hearts on Fire,” was featured in the Sylvester Stallone film “Rocky IV” and he received his second double platinum soundtrack award. Over the years John has placed 35 songs in major motion pictures.

After 40 years, John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band is unquestionably one of the greatest and most successful acts in Rhode Island music history. Today, they continue to tour and bring their exciting live shows to fans around the world. In 2012 they were inducted into the Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame.

Tickets are available at courthousearts.org  or  facebook.com/CourthouseArtsRI. The Courthouse has ample on-site parking, a full-service bar and is handicapped accessible.

The Courthouse Center for the Arts is a non-profit, community-based arts organization located in Kingston. The mission of the Courthouse is to provide exceptional arts programming that is accessible and free for the education and enrichment of children.  All concerts contribute to funding these free children’s programs. Free space is provided for Veterans and Active Military events, fundraisers for other non-profit organizations, and NAMI’s Mental Health Classes and Support Groups for caregivers and people dealing with mental illness Autistic, learning-delayed and Down Syndrome children are here daily in a work readiness program.  To see the benefits to these children is to believe the amazing changes that the arts make in their lives and learning skills. The Courthouse also provides monthly gallery exhibits for local artists, all while preserving the beautiful historic Washington County Courthouse as its home.

Come see South County’s most unique and intimate setting for the arts. Call to see how you can help, donate, volunteer or suggest a program or concert you would like to see.  Contact Mariann at 782.1018 or email MA

@CourthouseArts.org.

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