Tunes equal food
Henna Roso has raised over 10,000 meals in under six months.
Henna Roso performs at Guthrie Green.
For a band less than a year old, Henna Roso is making a big difference. Founded by musician Taylor Graham, its goal is to use music and live performances to provide food and awareness in the fight against food insecurity.
Combining the musical influences of Graham and Justin Dupuis, a cast of musicians plays live jazz, funk and soul music to provide meals for those in need. Using food drives and offering percentages of revenue to community food banks, the band has made a quick impact.
“Henna Roso has raised over 10,000 meals in under six months of operations and by playing six shows,” Graham says. “We have been blown away by the amount of support we have received.”
November performances include:
12: Horton’s Rock n Folk n Chili Cook Off, Cain’s Ballroom
25: Iron Gate Benefit, Fassler Hall
27: Leftover Last Waltz, Cain’s Ballroom