Stop, Drop, Rock & Roll

Texas Wildfire Relief Fund efforts

Stop, Drop, Rock & Roll

Foster the People helps soundtrack an ACL donation drive tomorrow at Zilker Park for the Texas Wildfire Relief Fund. Sunday's Stop, Drop, Rock & Roll benefit at Red 7/Beauty Bar could almost be a festival itself.

Stop, Drop, Rock & Roll's schedule per the benefit's Face Book page:

Red 7 outside:

White Ghost Shivers (12:15am)
Will Johnson (11:30pm)
John Wesley Coleman (10:45)
Jimmie Dale & Colin Gilmore (9:45)
New Roman Times (9)

Red 7 inside:

One Hundred Flowers (12midnight)
Dark Water Hymnal (11:15pm)
Yellow Fever (10:30)
Shakey Graves (9:45)
Boonesboro (9pm)

Beauty Bar:

Members of White White Lights (12midnight)
Some Say Leland (11:15pm)
Michael Kingcaid (10:30)
Ichi Ni San Chi (9:45)
The Couch (9)

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