Cinco De Mayo belonged to the First Lady of Jellowstone Records, Sam Reed. Her album release show at The Camel was one for the history books of the young and thriving RVA record label. The Cheats Movement was in the building for a show that featured Jellowstone’s Butcher Brown, KINGS, and the Sam Reed Syndicate. It was a family atmosphere, diverse crowd, and celebration of Reed’s dedication and hard work within the RVA music scene for many years. Here are some of the shots of this amazing night. And make sure you buy a copy of This is Love by Sam Reed, now available on Itunes.
the First Lady of Jellowstone Records
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