Greg and Reggie


April 13, 2019 – 8pm

Deeper Than The Skin is the story of our lives in a musical setting. Born three days apart, one of us from the Capital of the Confederacy, the other descended from a Confederate general and a West Indian slave on a plantation just outside of Richmond. Our friendship is an example of what common interests, respect, honesty, and love can overcome. It’s a quintessentially American story and needs to be told in these times of division.

It is punctuated by the songs we’ve written about the various turns in our lives. It’s an experience.

Together they have a unique story. Born three days apart, they discovered well into their 30 years friendship that they both trace their ancestry back to the James River in Richmond, VA, where 300,000 captured Africans were brought ashore. The river brought Reggies ancestors to a plantation in Ashland. With beautifully performed songs and words, they share a compelling story of racial injustice faced down with creative resistance, friendship, music and joy.

Walk up tickets are $5 more. Refunds requested after 6 hours before doors open issued at Voices Café’s discretion.
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