This week I am joined by the Grizzly Award Winning Drummer of the year for 2019, TD Benton of White Collar Sideshow. He and his equally talented bassist wife, Veronica are mobile musicianaries from Fort Smith, Arkansas. They describe their sound as “shock and roll” which is a mashup of country, metal and industrial genres. If that description is not intriguing enough, during their shows, an original film plays on stage while drums, bass and vocals provide the live soundtrack. It’s not just a concert, it’s an experience.
Don’t miss it on Backstage With Mothership this Monday at 8 PM Eastern.
White Collar Sideshow uses music and film to to bring people together. Performing has become the bridge to connect with people. Whether you meet T & Veronica face to face or you catch a show, the hope is you’ll walk away inspired, challenged, encouraged and mostly loved. The bottom line is “people” and the ultimate mission is to love and serve. White Collar Sideshow builds and supports relationships within the community, encourages others to give up destructive or addictive lifestyles and shares about how God has been the glue to their journey. The latest project titled, I Didn’t Come Here to Die released in October 2019. The original film that plays onstage is a black and white nod to The Twilight Zone and is focused on “Identity.” White Collar Sideshow doesn’t require contracts or guarantees for their performances. For over 10 years, they have lived on the generosity, love and donations from amazing people just like you.