?Roshambeaux' rock sensibilities lie in the juxtaposition of styles Kyle Obermeier and Jarret Chastain were imbued with as children. Obermeier's mom and dad sang Aretha Franklin, Elvis, The Drifters. "I learned to play piano from one of the ladies at church and learned harmony by singing gospel tunes with my mom." Obermeier's parents were racially mixed. "It made me socially, personally and musically ahead of the game." "My family did not have reunions; we had jam sessions." Jarret Chastain remembers. "My dad bought me a drum set when I was ten, set up the radio to play ZZ Top and said, 'Son,play along'!" Chastain's family supported his musical talent, especially his dad and grandmother. "They're gone now. I promised them I would never stop playing and doing what I loved." All ages welcome. No cover charge.