Silence & Light w/ Hyperloops and Drum for Change Benefitting MMIA Hosted by Leadership Raleigh 48 Purpose Platoon

Sunday, April 21
Doors: 5pm // Show: 6pm
$20 to $35

VIP Tables include wait service
Beer, wine, liquor, & concessions available in lobby

Silence & Light is a modern hard rock band based out of Raleigh, North Carolina. With the recent release of their sophomore album, “Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda…”, Silence & Light has developed a unique-but-familiar sound that is a blend between early 90’s grunge and modern hard rock - with huge guitar tones and aggressive, melodic vocals and lyrics that are relatable to every listener. As military veterans, the band members share a special bond and use their platform to raise awareness for mental health struggles that affect so many. Silence & light believe in promoting a universal message through their music to encourage the pursuit of creative means to find purpose for anyone who feels lost or stuck in a fast-paced, disconnected world. Tyson Stahl - Bass Brad Thomas - Lead Guitar Fred Cowell - Vocals Jason Everman - Rhythm Guitar Justin Myers - Drums
GREG WHITT facilitates workshops and retreats designed to connect people to one another and to the world around them. He is an award-winning teaching artist and edutainer. He has received four competitive professional development grants from the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County. He spent eight years in the US Air Force as both police officer and paralegal, then worked ten more in higher education at NC State University. Greg has been leading facilitated interactive rhythm experiences since 2002. He founded the still-strong Raleigh Drum Circle community group then, and launched Drum for Change as a full-time business in 2009.
Founded in 2008, Military Missions in Action (MMIA) is dedicated to assisting Veterans with disabilities, homeless Veterans and members of the Armed Forces, and their families with three main programs: Operation Building Hope, which provides home modification services to ensure that Veterans with mental and physical disabilities can live independently in their homes; Homes For Healing which provides new or gently-used furniture and household goods to formerly homeless Veterans; and Fill The Footlocker which provides support to active-duty service members and military working dogs serving in combat zones along with North Carolina homeless Veterans with health and hygiene items, clothing, shoes, and blankets. MMIA is a registered 501(c)3 organization and a Gold GuideStar nonprofit Headquartered in Fuquay-Varina, NC with an additional location in the Southern Pines area, which provides services for all 100 counties in the state.
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