KGB, Mountain Breeze 2.0 reunion takes Roxy stage March 12
March will bring a special show to the Historic Roxy stage for the monthly Rockin’ at the Roxy. Kerry Gilbert and his band will perform March 12 with special guests Trinecia Hall Hodge, Derrick Stancil and Joe Holmes – reuniting with Gilbert as Mountain Breeze 2.0.
Holmes and Stancil have been active in praise and worship with their churches for many years, and Gilbert has continued to entertain fans with his group, the KGB, for more than 30 years.
The original Mountain Breeze group was active in the north Alabama area in the late ’80s and early ’90s, appearing at many venues, festivals and fair circuits, as well as opening concerts for many major country acts, including George Strait, Earl Thomas Conley, Tammy Wynette, The Bellamy Brothers and Sawyer Brown.
Known for their showmanship, outstanding band and tight harmonies, the group established itself as one of the top draws in the area.
Hodge went on to sing backup on several tours with the ever-popular group Alabama and continues to do background vocals and demo sessions in Muscle Shoals area studios. Hodge became a permanent member of The KGB in May 2021 and also leads worship music at New Beginnings Church.
Stancil said fans who come out for this reunion show March 12 can expect the same high energy and family-friendly entertainment Mountain Breeze is known for. “We are excited about getting back together and look forward to seeing our fans.”
General admission adult tickets are $10, and tickets for children 6-12 are $5. Tickets may be purchased online through Eventbrite. The link is available in the event listing for the Historic Roxy Theatre.