Becca and the Cherokee Revival at WTA’s Gateway Saturday, Dec. 7

gatewayMusic impresario Gary Kirby has arranged for a special performance of Becca and the Cherokee Revival at WTA’s Gateway at 8 pm on Saturday, Dec. 7.

“Becca has the power behind the vocals to deliver a song that will send cold chills down your spine and with Cherokee Revival creates a sound not to be forgotten,” says Kirby. “Holly has a refreshingly authentic and distinctive Americana sound — the kind that, when you hear it for the first time, you can’t help asking the person next to you, Who is that?”

The evening is one of those rare opportunities to catch young musicians before they move on to the national stage.

Rebecca “Becca” Gogue has already established herself as a songbird who can belt out any song with a voice that is both powerful and unique.  Becca is a regular on Virginia Dreams Center Stage which airs nationally on RFD TV.  She has shared the stage with national talents such as Collin Raye and Ronnie McDowell, and most recently Doug Stone.

Becca has also been a guest performer with local talents such as the Brothers of Caleb, the Grass Addix, Gypsy Town, and The Travelin’ Hillbillies.

Joining Becca is The Cherokee Revival. The group is streamlined with the guitar picking of the Garst brothers, Ryan and Shay, long-fingered bass plucking of Jesse Gordon and the steady drum beats of Tyson Crawley.  They provide the right backing for Becca’s country and blues renderings.

Guesting with Becca and The Cherokee Revival is Holly Renee Allen.  Allen has been described as “Lucinda Williams meets Janis Joplin.”  She is a fiery, country/blues siren who moves effortlessly between country, blues and gospel like Bonnie Raitt in her prime.

Advanced tickets are $10.  Remaining tickets are available at the door for $12.

Reservations for the December 7th performance are available online at www.wtagateway.com or by calling 540-943-9999.