First Baptist Church, 911 Mace Avenue, will have its first coffee house in their fellowship hall on November 2 featuring the John Wyrick Band. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Church members will serve hot dogs, nachos, snacks, coffee and expresso drinks and soft drinks. There will be door prizes. There is no charge. The band will have CD’s and T-shirts for sale.
The band will play a mix of classic and southern rock and some Christian contemporary.
Band founder, lead singer and guitarist John Wyrick grew up the red hot Southern Florida music scene. He laughs and says he picked up a guitar just after birth. By the time he was eleven years old, he was fronting his own band. As a teen, John hung out with Greg Allman, Cher, Lita Ford and many other Southern Rock idols. He’s played in front bands for Charlie Daniels and Joan Jett.
Drummer Joe Arenth has been recognized by many industry greats including Gene Simmons, bassist for KISS, who offered Joe a position in his solo band. Arenth is a very sought-after drummer in western Pennsylvania.
JWB Bassist Albert Munk was a child actor, appearing with Robert Redford in "The Great Waldo Pepper,” and later appeared in other movies and commercials.
For more information call Sharon Mager, 410-412-6895.