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Roxxy Hall Band 30th Anniversary Concert
October 22, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm$10
Roxxy Hall Band Celebrates 30 Years at The MN Music Cafe
All-Female Band Marks Milestone and Frontwoman’s
Winning Battle with Stage 4 Ovarian Cancer
THIS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22
WHAT: Roxxy Hall Band 30th Anniversary Concert
The Roxxy Hall Band (an all-woman Band) will be playing a 30th Anniversary Concert at the MN Music Cafe on Saturday, Oct 22nd. Roxxy had stage 4 ovarian cancer and miraculously after 2 years is cancer free.
The Roxxy Hall Band is an all-woman band celebrating 30 years of playing music in Minneapolis and St. Paul. They played at least once a month for over 27 years until 2020. Roxxy was diagnosed with Stage 4 ovarian cancer in 2021 and given a 17 percent chance to live. After a major surgery at Mayo and chemotherapy treatment at Regions, she is now living without cancer. The band began performing again this summer. The 30th-anniversary show will be a fun-filled evening with musicians and singers from the last three decades sitting in with the band.
WHEN: Saturday, October 22
7-10pm (doors open at 6pm)
WHERE: Minnesota Music Café
501 Payne Ave.
St Paul, MN 55130
COST: $10 cover
Roxxy founded The Roxxy Hall Band in 1992. She wrote her first song in 4th grade, had a band in high school and has been writing and playing ever since. In the 80’s, Roxxy’s band “The Babysitters” toured the greater Mid-West. She produced and hosted “Musical Chairs”, a news and magazine show that featured outstanding women in music from 1994 through 1999. On two occasions, Roxxy won the Hometown Video Festival award for her work on Musical Chairs. She has been nominated by the Minnesota Music Academy for songwriting, best new band, and video production. She’s produced and recorded the band’s CD’s at her own Peachy Studios, as well as recording projects for other local artists. She plays bass, writes originals and coordinates all facets of the show. Roxxy leads the band with flair and grace. She’s all about getting people together to make music and she believes that music should always be fun.