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Build the Bibliobus Virtual Concert: Jo James and The Reverent Few

May 22, 2021 @ 7:00 pm 10:00 pm

Join us for an evening of amazing music streamed via PurpleBee studios. Artists include: Jo James (as seen on The Voice) and The Reverent Few – a duo soaked in elements of gospel, soul and rooted in the power of rock and honesty of folk! All proceeds generated will go toward our bibliobus project – a mobile library which will make its way to rural areas in Madagascar offering access to books and internet for youth.

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A special thank you to our sponsors: Floyd Real Estate (Christine Kempff Realtor), Cadence Wealth Management, LLC, The Brewtorium, TMS 

How to Tune In:

To tune into the stream, go to any of the following PurpleBee Studios pages during the designated time:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/purplebeetv
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PurpleBeeTV?user_subscribe=1
Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/purplebeetv

About Jo James:

Austin TX Singer-Songwriter and multi instrumentalist Jo James has a gift of entertaining the crowd. His “retro” style incorporates elements of Blues, Neo Soul, R&B, and Funk. Jo delivers smooth grooves and soulful vocal expressions. From heavy-hitting stages to intimate heartfelt performances, Jo James continues to captivate audiences in a powerful way.

Jo has worked and performed with some of the industries top acts and also received the honor award at the 100% Music Songwriting Contest, and was nominated for “Soul of Austin” award at Austin Armadillo Awards.

You may have seen him featured on Season 17 of The Voice.

About The Reverent Few

Soaked in SOUL, elements of gospel, with the power of rock and honesty of folk, you’ll adore the husband-wife duo known as The Reverent Few! 

“These last few years we endured our greatest losses and these songs echo the sentiments of survival and hope. Our sound has thumbprints of soul, spiritual and gospel influences, harmonies and hard truths sang with guts and grit.”

Free Donations encouraged