RNRC Academy, Glen Rock

We would like to congratulate all of the young talent that shared The RockNRoll Chorus experience with us this past week. A wonderful performance and collaboration with the tour cast took place at the beautiful Stone & Rail in Glen Rock, NJ on Friday, August 2nd.

Show announcement!

Introducing… The RockNRoll Chorus Academy 2019! Our first show with our a cappella educational program for middle and high school students, will take place…

Friday, August 2nd

Stone & Rail

170 Rock Road

Glen Rock, NJ

Hard Rock Cafe, Baltimore

RNRC made its last stop on the national summer tour at the Hard Rock Cafe in the heart of Baltimore’s beautiful inner harbor. The cast rocked the outside stage before heading back “home sweet home” to Jersey. Stay tuned for local show announcements and be sure to check out all of our show coverage on our media page!

Nightfall-Chattanooga, TN

Nightfall, is a Friday night free concert series that runs from May -August in downtown Chattanooga. The event offers diverse musical entertainment in the heart of the city. National and international acts get to perform for a crowd of thousands while artists and vendors set up shop for this family friendly evening. 

The Historic Savannah Theatre

The Savannah Theatre opened its doors on December 4th, 1818 and has continued operating as an iconic performing arts venue ever since, making it the oldest theatre in the United States. Over two centuries, the building has undergone several face-lifts as a result of damage from fires. As a result from a fire in 1948, the theatre was remodeled to its current art deco style. Some of the many illustrious stars that have performed at the Savannah Theatre include Fanny Davenport, E.H, Sothern, Julia Marlowe, Otis Skinner, Henry Irving, Tyronne Power, Ellen Terry, Oscar Wilde, Sarah Bernhardt, Lillian Russel, W.C. Fields, and the Edwin Booth (brother to John Wilkes Booth).

RNRC returned to the Savannah Theatre and opened for The 70’s Show! on Wednesday, July 24th and for Savannah Live on Thursday, July 25th. 

For more information on the beautiful and historic landmark, head over to http://www.savannahtheatre.com/

James Island, SC

What a treat it was for the summer camp at the James Island Rec Center to have RNRC back to jam out with the campers. A beautiful town with some awesome kids! Can’t wait until next year!

Ardent Studios-Memphis, TN

Ardent Studios was founded by John Fry and was initially a studio in his family’s garage, where he recorded his first Ardent Records 45’s. In 1966 the operation moved into a new store building on Memphis’ National Street, which was shared with a bookshop. Ardent became home to young producers and engineers such as Jim Dickinson, Terry Manning, Joe Hardy, John Hampton, Paul Ebersold, and later Skidd Mills, Jeff Powell, Brad Blackwood, Pete Mathews, and Jason Latshaw. In 1971, Ardent Studios moved to its present location on Madison Avenue, followed by the acquisition of 24-track recorders, bigger consoles and more gear.

Early on, the studio recorded Sam & Dave, Led Zeppelin, Isaac Hayes, Leon Russell and The Staples Singers, and in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s recorded James Taylor, ZZ Top, R.E.M., George Thorogood, The Allman Brothers, Bob Dylan, Joe Walsh, and Jimmie and Stevie Ray Vaughan. In the 2000s younger artists such as The White Stripes, 3 Doors Down, Cat Power, North Mississippi Allstars, The Raconteurs, Low Cut Connie and Guy Sebastian have recorded at Ardent, and the soundtracks for Hustle and Flow and Black Snake Moan were produced at Ardent as well. To date, Ardent has recorded over 70 gold and platinum albums and singles.

The RockNRoll Chorus spent the day recording for their next album. Experiencing the studio where some of the greatest rock legends came together was a once in a lifetime opportunity that was well lived.

To check out the incredible history and the studios discography, head over to their webpage: ARDENT STUDIOS

Summer NAMM

RNRC spent the day venturing around the one and only Summer NAMM in Music City, TN. From workshops, tutorials, live performance, demonstrations, and hands-on experiences- the day will certainly be one to remember. We wrapped up the day on Broadway, exploring word famous venues and attractions. 


What an amazing day in Tennessee! RNRC started their morning collaborating with an amazing high school a cappella group at the Franklin Brentwood Arts Academy.

The next stop was the Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital where a special unplugged performance was broadcasted throughout the facility.

The day wrapped up with a performance at the Opry Mills Mall outside of Nashville’s Madame Tussauds. The cast is eager to explore the city as our tour continues.

House of Blues Cleveland


The first House of Blues opened on November 26, 1992, in the Harvard Square commercial district and retail area of Cambridge, Massachusetts, as a live music concert hall and restaurant. The company was originally financed by Dan Aykroyd, Aerosmith, Paul Shaffer, River Phoenix, James Belushi, and Harvard University, among others.

In 1993 House of Blues launched a 501(c)(3) non-profit called International House of Blues Foundation which provided arts programs, resources and musical instruments for youths. The Music Forward Foundation continues to provide services for youth and has generated more than $20 million of support for these programs over its 20+ year existence.

RNRC was honored to take the stage at HOB Cleveland after their Rock Hall performance. Nothing better than a double header when it comes to rock & roll!