Acclaimed Louisiana musician Amanda Shaw will play a free concert in celebration of the Campaign to Elect Gregory Rome for Judge in St. Bernard Parish. Shaw will headline the campaign rally, which is free and open to the public, on Sunday, October 28 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Aycock Barn (409 Aycock St., Arabi, LA 70032) in Arabi, La. Learn more about the event at https://bit.ly/2Rc8Utp.
Gregory Rome is a candidate for judge in the 34th Judicial District, Division D race in St. Bernard Parish. Rome worked alongside the Hon. Kirk Vaughn for 11 years as his law clerk, while also leading his own private law practice, Williams & Rome, LLC, with his mother Sharon Williams. Rome graduated first in his class in 2006 from Loyola University New Orleans and attended Tulane Law School on a full academic scholarship. He is a co-author of Louisiana Civil Law Dictionary, a legal reference book used around the world. He lives in Chalmette with his wife, Camille, and their rescue lab, Emma. The event is produced and funded by the Campaign to Elect Gregory Rome, Inc.
Award-winning musician Amanda Shaw provides a diverse blend of Louisiana roots music along with her band, The Cute Guys. Shaw has been wowing fans for nearly 20 years with her mesmerizing fiddle playing and a toe-tapping mix of Cajun, country, and rock-and-roll sounds. Her new album, Please, Call Me Miss Shaw, was released this year. Learn more at www.amandashaw.com.