UNION — The Salem Roadhouse Cafe, a non-profit music and entertainment venue sponsored by Townley Presbyterian Church, will present “Damn The Torpedoes” on Saturday, April 14, at 7:30 p.m. The doors open at 7 p.m., and admission is $15, with a student discount of $10, which includes unlimited hot and cold snacks, coffees, teas, and desserts. Canned soft drinks, bottled water and other snacks are available at a low cost. Local Artist Shaina Gordon will be featuring her artwork on display for patrons to enjoy.
Damn The Torpedoes is a Tom Petty tribute band, which is rapidly gaining notoriety up and down the East Coast. They have played at the Roadhouse several times before to standing room only audiences. At this show, they will also be bringing special guest performer Pamela Whalberg.
Bruce Tangowski, director of the Roadhouse Cafe, said, “We have always welcomed Damn The Torpedoes to the Roadhouse, as they have been a total source of fun, feel-good entertainment, and know exactly how to play for a smaller nightclub-like atmosphere. They bring Tom Petty music alive and make it personal, providing for a musical experience for the listener and true aficionado of Petty’s musical attributes.”
Known for its intimate, close and friendly atmosphere, the Roadhouse Cafe has been presenting monthly live music with some of the greatest local and nationally known performers in a professional stage setting, with live lighting and an excellent sound system. All shows benefit local and national charities. Roadhouse cafe shows have been a regular feature on Comcast’s UNIONTV34 “Union After Dark” musical series, aired nightly.
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