Help Somebody 5: Atlanta Rhythm Section, Pat Travers Band, The Curt Towne Band
November 13, 2021
TICKETS: $99 – $79*
Help Somebody 5: St. Michael’s Soldiers Benefit Concert
Atlanta Rhythm Section with Pat Travers Band
and Special Guest: The Curt Towne Band
Saturday, November 13, 2021 at 7 PM
St. Michael’s Soldiers and Thrasher-Horne Center join forces to bring you a fifth benefit concert supporting first responders, the military, and the performing arts. Join us Saturday, November 13, 2021 as Atlanta Rhythm Section with Pat Travers Band take the stage. Special Guest The Curt Towne Band will open first starting at 7 PM. Proceeds from this event will benefit, St. Michael’s Soldiers, The Homegrown Kindness Project and Thrasher-Horne Center.
Atlanta Rhythm Section
Atlanta Rhythm Section has been a part of the vibrant Southern Rock scene since coming together in 1970 after working on a Roy Orbison recording session. Their biggest radio hits include “So into You,” “Champagne Jam,” “Spooky,” the blockbuster “Imaginary Lover,” and the top 20 hit, “I’m Not Gonna Let It Bother Me Tonight”. With 15 albums, including Platinum and Gold albums of outstanding songwriting and musicianship to their credit; and ongoing numerous concert performances, these Georgia Music Hall of Fame Southerners represent all the good things the term “Classic Rock” implies!
The Pat Travers Band
The Pat Travers Band burst into the music scene in the mid-‘70s, bringing their hard rock hits to stages around the world. Throughout their musical career, the band released several celebrated albums, including “Retro Rocket,” “Don’t Feed the Alligators,” “Boom Boom,” “Blues Magnet,” “Black Pearl” and more. Pat Travers’ live show and superior guitar work has earned him legions of loyal fans since he burst onto the international rock scene. He is known for his hard, edgy tone, rough and rowdy vocals and “Guitar God” instrumental prowess, Pat is one of rock & roll’s true road warriors.
The Curt Towne Band
The Curt Towne Band formed on the westside of Jacksonville, FL in January of 2013 and has been dedicated to writing and performing original music since the beginning. Soon after the band formed, they recorded an EP at Martell Studios, which included “Whatcha Gonna Do”, a fierce, foot stomping hard driving anthem that lets you know Southern Rock is still alive and well! Their first full CD was released soon after, and along with “Whatcha Gonna Do”, the album included fan favorites “All or Nothin’”, “Train (of Life)”, and “Breakin’ Hearts Again”.
About St. Michael’s Soldiers and Homegrown Kindness Project: St. Michael’s Soldier is dedicated to the support of the deployed men and women of our United States Military, and to the service of those injured in the line of duty in the Jacksonville area. The Homegrown Kindness Project is a new initiative of St. Michael’s Soldiers, providing random and planned acts of kindness to our First Responders, their families, our area’s injured veterans, and those who need a little kindness in their lives.
About Thrasher-Horne Center: Thrasher-Horne Center is a non-profit performing arts center owned and operated by St. Johns River State College providing entertainment and events in Clay County.
This event is presented by St. Michaels Soldiers and Thrasher-Horne Center. Sponsored by Fields Automotive Group.
*Pricing subject to change
Committed to your safety, we are selling a limited number of tickets (approximately 800) for this event in a socially distanced auditorium. All seats are sold in pairs online. You can purchase additional seats by calling our ticket office at (904) 276-6815 ext. 1.
Thrasher-Horne Center will also be adhering to innovative yet strict physical distancing measures as well as following the latest recommended guidelines. For more information about our safety protocols click here.