Relative Obscurity, Toothless Ruth to rock Live on the Levee

Live on the Levee, shown in this file photo, to feature rock bands Relative Obscurity and Toothless Ruth on Friday in Charleston. It is the next to last concert for the season for the free summer series. (WCHS/WVAH)

Friday will be the time to rock when Moses Auto Group Live on the Levee features the second to last free summer concert of the season.

Seasoned rock band Relative Obscurity is the opening act when it kicks off its show at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 26 on the Schoenbaum Stage at Haddad Riverfront Park in Charleston.

Expect more hard driving rhythms when headliner Toothless Ruth begins its performance at about 7:30 p.m.

This is the next to last concert this year for Live on the Levee, which has featured concerts down by the river in the capital city every Friday since May. Sept. 2 will be the final offering when Diablo Blues and the Red Hot Louisiana Band perform.

WCHS-TV is the exclusive partner of Live on the Levee, an event that supports five local charities with a strong emphasis on homelessness. This year's nonprofit partners are Roark Sullivan Lifeway Center, YWCA's Sojourners shelter, Covenant House, Samaritan Inn and Manna Meal.

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