WRB February: The Reverb Brothers, Metropolitan Farms to benefit Rose Haven

While Rome Burns is pleased to announce the next in its ongoing series of benefits, this time in support of Rose Haven.

Events are held the fourth Sunday of each month at Mississippi Pizza Pub. This month’s event  will feature the music of The Reverb Brothers and Metropolitan Farms, with master of ceremonies Karissa Lowe. Members of Rose Haven will be on hand to talk about the important work their organization is doing, and to meet directly with attendees. Admission is $10, with 100% of proceeds going to benefit Rose Haven.

*NEW TIME* Sunday February 25,  5 – 7 PM
Mississippi Pizza Pub & Atlantis Lounge
3552 N. Mississippi Ave
Portland, Oregon 97227 (map)
$10 (100% goes to Rose Haven)
All Ages!
Please bring your donations of gently used items for women, babies and children to the show!
OUTDOOR/WINTER GEAR such as tents, tarps, sleeping bags, coats, boots, raingear
TOILETRIES/PERSONAL CARE ITEMS such as travel size deodorant, shampoo & conditioner,
hand warmers, sanitizer, razors, pocket tisues, soap and bodywash, African-American hair products

The Cause:

Rose Haven serves women and children experiencing the trauma of abuse, loss of home and other disruptive life challenges. Rose Haven’s mission is to maintain a safe, respectful community while providing our guests with support and services to assist them in regaining stability in their lives.



The Music:

The Reverb Brothers play original as well as obscure and traditional songs about love, death, drugs, sex, heartbreak, joy and despair. The REVERB BROTHERS generate an energetic, danceable sound greater than the sum of our parts. Our sound is a blend of 30’s jazz and blues, traditional country, New Orleans R&B, rock & roll, soul – our take on Americana. dances.

The Reverb Brothers on Reverb Nation.
The Reverb Brothers on Facebook.

Metropolitan Farms rides a unique line between 80’s college rock/pop, Brit pop, 60’s pop, Brill Building, Skiffle, and 70’s American/West Coast Rock. Think: Queen, Joe Jackson, REM, Pylon, Carol King, Foghat, The Small Faces, early Fleetwood Mac, and The Bee Gees.

The Metropolitan Farms on Bandcamp.
Metropolitan Farms on Facebook.

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