Respect

“I always felt rock and roll was very, very wholesome music.”

– Aretha Franklin (1942-2018)

Sweet Summer Sounds

A wonderful homecoming show took place Tuesday night on the Seaside Heights Boardwalk. Returning to the stage on Carteret Ave, RNRC was welcomed by a crowd of alumni, family, friends and beach-goers. We look forward to our next show, (same place!) on Tuesday, August 21 at 7:00pm

Summer Nights!

RNRC Jr.

After a week long intensive learning about vocal health, harmonization, and beatboxing, The RockNRoll Chorus Jr. took the stage at Middletown Arts Center with the RNRC tour cast. We certainly hope you all enjoyed the tremendous young talent that performed. Thanks Middletown Arts Center!

This Friday Night!

NAfME Summer Conference

Music Inspires – that couldn’t be more true! Thank you to The National Association for Music Education for all you do- all of us with RNRC extend our gratitude to the educators who allowed us to become the musicians we are today.

Mohegan Sun Arena

RNRC performed their harmonious arrangement of our National Anthem for the WNBA Connecticut Suns vs. Las Vegas Aces game on court at the Mohegan Sun Arena, Connecticut.

The halftime show brought the crowd to their feet with our latest medley and tribute to Aretha Franklin, “Chains.”

We are very humble to all of those at the arena and to every member of the audience we shared our music with today. Congratulations to the Suns for their fourth win in a row!

Hard Rock- Boston

RNRC felt right at home in Boston, thanks to the Hard Rock Cafe! Two sets performed. Many new fans. One awesome guitar induction.

 

Road Trip!

RNRC stopped in Buffalo to partake in the Infringement Festival which supported various artistic outlets through the city. Before heading to Boston, the group took a walk through the oldest national park; Niagara Falls. What a beautiful and refreshing view!

Rock Hall

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio stands as one of the coolest venues in the world of Rock Music. RNRC took the stage once again at the home of incredible artifacts in Music history.