Dave Reinwald’s ROCKY MOUNTAIN BAND – Live Music for Benefits, Fund-raisers, Concert Events
The ROCKY MOUNTAIN BAND specializes in the rich and majestic music of the beloved John Denver, having performed to date nine John Denver tribute concerts for various benefit and fund-raising events.
Just prior to the 2010 Independence Day Holiday, The ROCKY MOUNTAIN BAND performed a ‘rousing “God Bless the U.S.A.” concert at Kissinger’s Lutheran Church, Wyomissing, PA, featuring music from Garth Brooks, Josh Turner, Lee Greenwood, Elvis Presley and Josh Groban - and a couple of tunes from the John Denver songbook, too ! Then they wrapped up the evening with several patriotic and inspirational numbers.
Then, in August of 2011, it was The ROCKY MOUNTAIN BAND at beautiful Kaercher Creek Park for the Summer Concert Series of the Berks County Parks & Recreation Department.
WANNA LISTEN TO SOME AUDIO TRACKS ?
Click below to listen to John Denver’s classic anthem “Rocky Mountain High” –> 03 Rocky Mountain High
Click below to listen to the ever-popular ”Leavin’ On a Jet Plane” –> 14 Leavin’ On A Jet Plane
Click below to hear “Coming Home”, the very last song ever written by John Denver –> 12 Coming Home
Click below to listen to just Dave and his guitar on the powerful and moving “I Want to Live” –> 09 I Want to Live
Click below to listen to the entire Rocky Mountain Band on “Good To Be Back Home” –> 07 Good To Be Back Home
Click below to listen to the one they all want to sing along with, “Country Roads” –> 06 Country Roads
So, whether your need is for a musical program to benefit a cause, a fund-raiser for a particular project, or simply a desire for a joyful and lively concert to celebrate a Holiday, to mark a milestone, or to entertain your organization, The ROCKY MOUNTAIN BAND will first consult with you, and then custom-build a musical program that will best fit your occasion, suit your taste and meet your need. To schedule an event, or for further information, please use the “Contact Us” link at the upper-right quadrant of the page.
WHAT’S COMING UP ?
Banjo-picker extraordinaire Conlan Kerschner joins The Rocky Mountain Band
It’s a boy! And although he’s not from Alabama, he comes to us with a banjo already on his knee! Rocky Mountain Band leader Dave Reinwald announced on November 10, 2013 that the Adamstown, PA’s banjo-plucking phenom, Conlan Kerschner, is officially joining the Band, and will be a featured performer at future Rocky Mountain Band events. Welcome to the family, Conlan!
Sunday, October 26, 2014, 4p – It’ll be the final concert of the Reading-Berks Conferences of Churches’ Annual Music Fest series, held at Kissinger’s Lutheran Church (www.kissingerslc.org), 715 Berkshire Blvd, Wyomissing PA, phone 610-372-5606, for the benefit of Laney’s Legacy of Hope, and the RBCC. It’s big, it’s rich, and it’s strong, featuring the majestic music of the beloved John Denver, performed authenticallyby the 7-piece Rocky Mountain Band. Brand new Rocky Mountain Band member and banjo-maestro Conlan Kerschner will be featured. The public is invited and is most welcome. Admission will be $10, with food and refreshments available from the Kissinger’ s Kitchen Krew.
Our hearts are heavy as we announce the passing of The ROCKY MOUNTAIN BAND’s drummer-percussionist extraordinaire, Randy Angelo, 59, on Friday, December 21, 2012, at the Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA, following a valiant struggle thru his lengthy illness. A memorial service was held Saturday, December 20, 2012, at Community Mennonite Church, 328 W. Orange Street, Lancaster, PA.
Percussionist Randy Angelo
What a show! What can certainly be termed the Rocky Mountain Band ‘s best performance in eight years of benefits and fund-raisers took place Sunday, November 10, 2013, at Kissinger’s Lutheran Church (www.kissingerslc.org), 715 Berkshire Blvd, Wyomissing PA, ironically, for the benefit of the Band’s percussionist, Randy Angelo, who passed away in December of 2012, following a tedious liver transplant and valiant subsequent battle. The event opened with a lively, Bluegrass-lover’s set, courtesy of the flying fingers of Adamstown’s phenominal, 13-year-old banjo-master, Conlan Kerschner, after which Conlan joined the The Rocky Mountain Band for the first set. As we’ve said, “Wow! What a show!”
Thanks to the Reading-Berks Conference of Churches for leading off their first annual “Joyful Weekend of Heavenly Music” with Dave Reinwald’s Rocky Mountain Band and The RMB’s lively package of contemporary and country Gospel music, Sunday, July 21, 2013, at the Crowne Plaza www.crowneplaza.com/Reading , Wyomissing, PA.
A standing ovation goes out to Kissinger’s Lutheran Church, 715 Berkshire Boulevard, Wyomissing PA (www.kissingerslc1.org) and all the folks who came together on Sunday, November 13, 2011 to savor The Rocky Mountain Band’s concert for the benefit of The Holly Heilman Cancer Fund (http://hollyhcf.org/Events.html), featuring the music of Elvis Presley, George Strait, John Denver, and – believe it – BonJovi!
A tumultuous shout-out to Becky Richards of the Berks County Parks & Recreation Department (firstname.lastname@example.org) on behalf of The ROCKY MOUNTAIN BAND, for the Department’s kind invitation and for the wonderful opportunity to be a part of their 2011 Summer Concert Series, Thursday evening, August 4, 2011, at the beautiful Kaercher Creek Park, Hamburg PA.
A stand-up Patriotic Salute goes out to Kissinger’s Lutheran Church (www.kissingerslc1.org), 715 Berkshire Boulevard, Wyomissing PA, for hosting The Rocky Mountain Band’s Sunday, June 27, 2010 “God Bless the U.S.A.” concert. The proceeds were committed to benefit the victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake.
A massive and well-deserved ”Thank-You” from the members of the nine-piece ROCKY MOUNTAIN BAND to the Reading and Berks Community, and to the entire congregation and staff of Kissinger’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, 715 Berkshire Boulevard, in Wyomissing, PA (www.kissingerslc1.org), for their reception and response that exceeded all expectations at this charity event, “The Benefit For Haiti -The Music of John Denver Concert” on Sunday, March 7, 2010. God bless you all for your support!