Friday Night Music Series: Huckleberry Road w/ Reno's own Country Music Queen Patrice
Huckleberry Road is a Western Country Rock band based out of Reno Nevada. Its members are Robert James Clark on Lead Vocals and Rhythm Guitar and Anthony Vairetta on Back up Vocals and Lead Guitar. Huckleberry Road strives to connect with their audience and deliver a great night of fun! Robert and Anthony have been playing music for the better part of Twenty years together. Music has always been a lifelong passion with influences from legends like Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, Zak Wylde. These two have roots firmly planted in the blues, but have also been drawn in by the old sounds and storytelling of country music. Huckleberry Road brings a mixed bag of Jack Daniels drinking up tempo rock infused with heartfelt country music. Opening for HR is Reno's own Country Music Queen Patrice. Self-taught musician, Patrice imagined becoming a professional singer. From age 5 she would decide to make music her chosen path. Luciano is a local business owner in Sparks, NV where she runs an extremely popular Irish hotspot called Paddy and Irene's Irish Pub. She is a mother of three, a United States Air Force Veteran and local community icon with emphasis on supporting local musicians and various commendable charity causes. Patrice got her first bit of performing at age 7 when she sang the National Anthem for a for a local event. Born and raised in Reno, NV, she would be inspired by many genres. Her love for Country Music grew strong while performing at local Rodeos. 6:45p-7:15p
COVID-19 Special Statement:
Masks are required. Socially distanced venue seating. Hand sanitizer and hand washing stations provided.
Event DetailsPhone: 322.1538
Admission: Ticketed $15 per Pod (Max 4 people) - Purchase Tickets
More Info: atown.org
Washoe County's Rancho San Rafael Regional Park
1595 N. Sierra St.
Reno, NV 89503
|July 23||7:30pm - 9pm|
|Gate/Door Time: 6pm|
Waste Management, Vanore Myer Group with Coldwell Banker Shandi Vanore S. 178052 Whitney Myer S. 193401