Floods cause Randy Rogers Band to postpone show
Thursday, August 25, 2016
– Floods in Louisiana caused the Randy Rogers Band to postpone a concert on Wednesday.
"Out of respect to the community and those affected by the recent floods, the Randy Rogers Band has decided to postpone their Wed., Aug. 31 show at The Varsity Theatre in Baton Rouge, LA. It will be rescheduled for Thurs., Nov. 3," the band said in a statement issued by their publicist.
"Our prayers are with your city while you begin to rebuild," Randy Rogers said via social media. "We love you and will see you soon, Baton Rouge."
The band also will make a contribution to a local flood relief organization and is encouraging their fans to do the same.
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