WOW Hall House Party featuring Raymond McMahon, Ghostnaps (live), Kingbird and Khalil Romeo

Event Date/Doors Open: 
Friday, May 24, 2019 - 8:00pm
Event Time: 
8:30PM
Cost: 
$8 Advance, $10 Day of Show

On Friday, May 24, the Community Center for the Performing Arts proudly hosts the ‘WOW Hall House Party’ featuring Raymond McMahon, Ghostnaps (live), Kingbird and Khalil Romeo.

 



Raymond McMahon



soundcloud.com/raymondmcmahon <http://soundcloud.com/raymondmcmahon>

 

Born and Raised in Eugene, Raymond McMahon is here to push the youth forward.  Raymond loves to see young kids being creative, and not being afraid to do something different than the norm. Although his musical journey is just beginning, he has already made an impact.

Raymond gained local attention after dropping one of his first singles, “Too Long”.  Soon after, Raymond’s life took a big turn when he played the song to Bay Area Rapper Nef The Pharaoh at a mall. It clicked. That night, he performed at Nef’s show at the WOW Hall, and has since joined their management team, planning big things. 

And his music. It’s fire. He doesn’t sound like anybody else, so don’t try to compare it. It’s almost like R&B, Cyberpunk, and Hip-Hop. Crazy.  808s hitting. 





Ghostnaps



soundcloud.com/ghostnaps <http://soundcloud.com/ghostnaps>

 

Richard Lathrop, better known by his stage name Ghostnaps, is a DJ and record producer based in Eugene.  Although his music is laid-back electronic, at a Ghostnaps show, you can expect a high-energy mix of electronic and rap sounds

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Kingbird



soundcloud.com/kingbirdeugene <http://soundcloud.com/kingbirdeugene>

 

Kingbird, a young trio from South Eugene, blends house music with Latin rhythms and acoustic drums. Kingbird's sound is contagious and will make you dance!







Khalil Romeo



soundcloud.com/khalil-romeo <http://soundcloud.com/khalil-romeo>

 

Khalil Romeo is an artist, creator and entrepreneur based in Portland.  Khalil produces, writes and performs all of his own music, which can be found on SoundCloud. Thousands of plays on all of his songs have given him a strong, active and growing group of followers and fans. 

 

Tickets are $8 in advance, and $10 at the door. Doors open at 8:00 pm, show at 8:30.