The Rainmakers

The Rainmakers
Light Up The Lawn

8:30 p.m. Friday, August 28, 2020 | Nerman Museum Lawn

FREE, Note--> Campus Safety Guidelines Below

The Rainmakers combine the guitar power of Chuck Berry with the social wit of Mark Twain into a unique brand of Missouri rock ‘n’ roll.

The Rainmakers have brought their Missouri-born version of roots rock ‘n’ roll to fans far and wide. Formed in 1983 as the three-piece bar band Steve, Bob & Rich, these Kansas City rockers became an instant favorite throughout the Midwest. Heralded by Newsday as “America’s Great Next Band” after their breakout, they signed a multi-album contract with Mercury/Polygram Records, added a fourth member, and changed their name to The Rainmakers.

Members went their own way in 1998 after six successful albums. But 14 years later, the band reunited for fans who have made The Rainmakers’ music part of the soundtrack of their life.

Presented in partnership with Carlsen Center Presents and the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art.

Face covering is required if 6-foot social distance isn't possible.

Prepare Safely for Your Campus Visit
- The Carlsen Center, Nerman Museum and JCCC want to protect the safety of our students and visitors. Guests are asked to put at least six feet of space between themselves/their group and others. Please refer to our Wellness Self-Check and Campus Guidelines to keep everyone safe.