RKS – “A few weeks ago we found out that a good buddy of ours, Stephen Taylor and his fiancé Molly McKinney lost their house, their dogs, and all of their possessions in a tragic house fire. Stephen works at Fender and has been a big part of our growth as a band. When we heard about Stephen’s dilemma, we knew we had to help.”
So, on April 17th Rainbow Kitten Surprise will play a show at Nashville’s Marathon Music Works to not only benefit Stephen Taylor, but to also honor Nashville Fire Fighters. The show is free. You must register to attend the show using the instructions below.
Even though the show is free, the band plans to support our friend Stephen several ways. The beautiful poster above, designed by our friend Luke Martin, will be sold at the show and 100% of the money will go to Stephen. Our supporters have made sure to cover the manufacturing costs to help maximize the donation. Additionally, we will be selling the full range of RKS merch that is going out on Spring tour. All of the profit from that merch will be donated to Stephen by the band. On top of that, RKS will be making a significant contribution to help our buddy in his time of need.
If you are a fan of Rainbow Kitten Surprise and can’t be in the Nashville area for this special show, please consider donating to Stephen’s Go Fund Me page here: https://www.gofundme.com/recovery-fund-stephen-taylor-amp-molly-mckinney. Every $10 helps.
Here is how you get a chance to attend:
Text “JDFIRETN” to 68405 to receive your invitation
or visit: http://jackdaniels.com/JDFIRETN
Must register by April 16th
First come, first serve
This is a 21 and over show
Everyone must register (not valid for a plus guest/guests)