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Route 60 Saturday Night!

The Flood is thrilled to be part of a new monthly 90-minute music variety show called “Route 60 Saturday Night” – created to showcase new and established talent and to raise funds for assorted area charities – which will launch Saturday, Sept. 16, at 7 p.m. at Route 60 Music Co., 60 Peyton St., Barboursville.


Hosted by broadcast veteran Randy Yohe and our own Michelle Lewis, the show, set for the third Saturday of each month, will feature The Flood as the house band and will highlight a special segment with the evening's storyteller-in-residence, Flood co-founder Dave Peyton. In addition, each month's show will feature new and established musical acts as guest artists. Headlining the upcoming inaugural show will be two exciting young singer-songwriters:

Sasha Collette, an Olive Hill, Ky., native who with her group, the Magnolias, makes a soulful, bluesy mix of folk and rock, what one critic called a “sweet mix of hillbilly meets hippie.” Dave Mistich of WVRockscene says of Sasha's new EP release, “It explores deeply rooted themes of country in songs about goodbyes and cowboys and fables of the faux-west that Colette identifies as Appalachia.”

Traci Ann Stanley, a Prichard native who parlayed her job in a radio sales department to featured time on the other side of the mike to opening for touring Nashville stars including LeAnn Rimes, Kelli Pickler, and even superstar Kenny Chesney. She's now released two albums, Right Here in 2009, which featured nine Traci Ann originals among its 10 tunes. Now comes the highly autobiographical Perfectly Imperfect album of 11 new songs, all of which she wrote or co-wrote.
Proceeds for the first show will be donated to Facing Hunger Foodbank, 1327 7th Avenue, Huntington, WV. Admission will be a $5 donation.

Fans and supporters will have multiple ways to view the monthly. The best way, of course, is attend in person, taking a seat in the concert area of Route 60 Music Co., 60 Peyton St., Barboursville. Those who can't attend in person can take in the fun online, streaming it through Facebook Live or watching an archived show on YouTube.

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