Sober Life Radio and CASA-Trinity are proud to present

ROC(k) Out For Recovery!

ROC(k) Out For Recovery is a concert highlighting musicians that are in recovery from drug/alcohol addiction.tw1tcj
Featuring National Recording Artist, TW1TCH!

Also featuring:
Meg Gehman
•Jason “Ferg” Ferguson
The Cincinnati Kid
•Dead Fountain
•Blind Side Justice


Saturday, December 10th, 7pm
at The Venue at The Pillar
46 Mt. Hope Avenue, Rochester, NY 14620

Between all of these performers, there is a little something for everyone. Whether you’re into acoustic, blues, soul, folk, rock, funk or hip hop. We’ve got it covered.

Also joining us will be our friends from ROCovery Fitness and Coffee Connection.

Admission is $10 at the door.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Rochester Free Radio.


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