If it’s the classic sounds of early rock ‘n’ roll that you enjoy, your dream band is on its way to Belle Fourche!
The Holy Rocka Rollaz from Minnesota are scheduled for the Belle Fourche Area Community Center at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 31st. Described as "A band that revives the vintage '50s sound of Buddy Holly and Eddie Cochran with fresh energy..." (Minneapolis Star-Tribune) the Holy Rocka Rollaz are sure to bring back some memories and put a smile on your face! It's yet another in the series of top-notch performances brought to you by the Center of the Nation Concert Association.
|The Holy Rocka Rollaz|
From the classic early rock ‘n’ roll of Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Johnny Cash and many more, you’re going to love it. And it’s played just the way those legends played it, offering you the look, the sound, the memories and nostalgia of one of America’s most treasured eras.
Front man Mark Flora and his fellow musicians: drummer Matt Alexander and stand-up bassist/vocalist Lisa Lynn, have played many stages – including the legendary Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, IA on the same stage where Buddy Holly played his last show. They have also played numerous State Fairs, including the huge Minnesota State Fair, as well as casinos, car shows and festivals.
The band’s first show together was in the South Dakota State Penitentiary several years ago, serving in a ministry capacity, where Mark Flora has been sharing good news to inmates since 2003.
Nothing pleases these rock ‘n’ roll veterans more than playing this classic music for different generations – and enjoying it with them! The Holy Rocka Rollaz play with such energy and joy that people of all ages pack the audiences and dance floors.
Mark your calendar now, and be sure to join us for the Holy Rocka Rollaz on Sunday afternoon, March 31st at 3 o’clock! This performance is sponsored by Mike & Louise Reade´; Randy's Tire & Lube, LLC; and Stereos 'N Stuff Radio Shack Dealer. Please let them know you appreciate their helping to bring these concerts to Belle Fourche!