One of the exciting aspects of England Run Branch's After Party is the chance for teens to watch live musical performances. Giving teenagers the chance to see people their age use such creativity and talent is empowering. This year we are happy to host an act that showcases the ingenuity of of today's youth.
Flight Boiis, a hip-hop duo from James Monroe High School, have been honing their skills for the past two years. Like mainstream rappers, they have their own stage monikers. Zane Landeck is known as ”bandzz.” Ahmad Spence goes by the name “lil Jeuce.”
Making wonderful music has always been part of Ann Rabson’s life. Now in her fourth decade as a songwriter, recording artist, and performer, she is visited by Debby Klein and shares her thoughts and her music on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.
It's time to come together for The Ambulance Review, 52 Foreign Dumpsters, and The Electric Revolution!
Meanwhile, you can check out the bands for yourself on their myspace pages:
The Ambulance Review : http://www.myspace.com/theambulancereview
52 Foreign Dumpsters: http://www.myspace.com/52foreigndumpsters