CMH & Charleston Arts Festival Presents:
Maura Hogan, Nicholas Rehberg, Kanika Moore, Farrah Hoffmire, Venita Aspen, Harlan Greene, Lindsay Holler, Becky Burke and Xan Mclaughlin
Thu · January 31, 2019
Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pmCharleston Music Hall
$12 - ADVANCE | $14 - DAY OF SHOW
Call for reservations after purchasing Dinner & Show option
Dinner at Vincent Chicco's - (843) 203-3002
Dinner at Virginia's on King - (843) 735-5800
Tickets can also be purchased at Music Hall Box Office:
37 John Street (843) 853-2252 | Monday - Thursday from 12pm - 6pm, Friday from 10am to 6pm
Ticketfly Hotline: (877) 987-6487 | Everyday (10 am - 9 pm)https://www.charlestonmusichall.com/event/1789758/
After cutting his teeth as an architect for 8 years in New York City, Nicholas is happy be in Charleston working on smaller scale projects and immersing himself into the creative community. His approach to design is measured; with a knowledge of the past, but always looking to the future.
In 2011, Kanika Moore entered the theater program at the University of South Carolina and from there started her journey as a singer/songwriter with her first duo, Major to Minor. Working her way through community theater and with East Coast entertainment, she found strength to work as a full-time student, a recognized community theater actress, a vocal instructor, and a working musician/vocalist. In 2015, Her work as a musician expanded her work back to her hometown.
From there, Kanika has worked with The Charleston Jazz Orchestra, Emerald Empire, Gino Castillo, featuring strings and salsa, and several other established groups/musicians in the local Charleston area. Her versatility has allowed her to work with several bands that cover many genres including gospel, classic rock, funk, soul, jazz and more. Her myriad talents have also opened doors to traveling as far as Spain and Italy with international musicians.
Since the return to her hometown, Kanika has started her own musical projects with Terraphonics, The Motown Throwdown, Soul Funk Review, Doom Flamingo, Black Noize and more, continuing to be explored.
Farrah's vision with HEART is to build strong community support for adults with special needs who want to develop and identify as artists, build a strong team of HEART Mentors, a financially sustainable infrastructure, and produce engaging and inclusive community art events. HEART strives to become a creative center for people of all abilities where Charleston residents and visitors want to visit, volunteer, collaborate, and contribute. www.heartsc.org
Holler lives in Charleston, South Carolina. She is a singer/songwriter and concert producer. She hails the South as home and has lived in New Orleans and New York; she studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston. The music’s current state of evolution is supported by a little twang and a little late-night clarity.
Holler cites influences from the likes of Tom Waits, Gram Parsons, Nina Simone and Neil Young - preferring genre straddlers, categorical misfits and indefinables.
Photo by Badjon Photography
Becky Burke is an attorney by trade with a passion for educating others about her local foodshed in Charleston, South Carolina. She is an adjunct hospitality law professor at the Culinary Institute of Charleston, serves as Regional Governor for Slow Food South Carolina and is Executive Director of a non profit hospitality staffing agency called Bread + Butter. Becky’s practiced law, ran a food truck that was consistently ranked Charleston’s best, worked for some of the country’s best chefs and spent a year in AmeriCorps working on food justice issues in North Charleston. She is a graduate of the College of Charleston and Vermont Law School where she earned her J.D. and Masters in Environmental Law & Policy cum laude. In her free time, she practices yoga, listens to as much live music as possible and spends time outdoors with her rescue dog, Murphy.
A native of Virginia Beach, VA, Xan attended James Madison University, while working his way through school with multiple restaurant jobs and encouragement from his parents, who are both veterans of the culinary industry.
Upon graduation from James Madison University in 2004, Xan accepted a corporate job but quickly decided it was not for him, so he set off for the bright lights of Las Vegas. He spent several years learning the intricacies of the fast-paced bar business with jobs at Casino Monte Lago as a bartender and bar manager. He then moved on to Reflection Bay Resort as bar manager for three years where he managed the bar for celebrity fundraisers, concerts, and the resort’s private yacht.
On his journey back east in 2007, he took a detour through Charleston, SC, fell in love with the coastal city, and decided to make it his new home. He first helped open Chai’s Lounge on Upper King Street, then served as manager of its sister restaurant, Basil, until 2011. He also worked as bartender at other popular Charleston restaurants, Fig and The Ordinary.
In 2013, Xan heard about a new project that veteran restaurateur Karalee Fallert was developing on the upper peninsula of Charleston. Realizing he was ready to take a leap of faith, he joined forces with her as operating partner of The Park Cafe. Together, they opened the doors in February 2014 and have since established the neighborhood cafe as one of the most beloved restaurants in town.
In early 2018, Xan took on the role of beverage director for Karalee’s other restaurants: Taco Boy(s) and the forthcoming Wiki Wiki Sandbar on Folly Beach. He is also in the process of launching a charity he conceptualized called Bread & Butter whose mission will be to offer at-risk students in Charleston a culinary arts program and then place them in a local restaurant kitchen.
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, South Carolina, 29403