The Bands

Metalsome

Music fans…are you ready for 90 minutes of great music with our Headline Band METALSOME?

“METALSOME is ‘a top bucket list item in Atlanta’…”

— Thrillest

“METALSOME turns everyone into a headbanger!”

— Atlanta Magazine

Ride Away Music Fest is excited to bring METALSOME, featuring English Nick of 97.1, The River, to Suwanee Town Center Park. Ride Away Music Fest chose 20 songs for METALSOME to perform from their extensive list of 150 songs they cover, from Audioslave, Guns n’ Roses, AC/DC, Metallica, Van Halen, Bon Jovi to Ozzie, Queen, Journey, to Four Non Blondes and many more. We guarantee you will be on your feet and rocking!

The Ride Away Music Fest will be a celebration bringing people together to revel, dance, and make music to remember and honor Parker Killian Moore … his love of life, music, and community spirit.

Click here for Parker’s playlist

All proceeds will support the mission of PARKER KILLIAN GIVES MOORE (a 501c3 charitable organization — all donations are tax deductible), providing scholarships and other life-changing opportunities to inspire young people to reach for their dreams.

Shine… Soar… Achieve!




Parker Killian Moore grew up in the Hamilton Mill/Dacula area, and attended school at Duncan Creek Elementary, Frank Osborne Middle, Mill Creek High School, and Gwinnett Tech. In 2017, Parker moved to Warner Robins, Georgia. On January 21, 2018, he was shot and killed during an armed robbery at his place of work in Warner Robins.

Our family is devastated, but we are trying to turn our tragedy into a positive by providing scholarships and other life-changing opportunities to help young people reach for their dreams. Our family has worked tirelessly for the past year to keep his light burning bright. We have established a 501c3 charitable organization: Parker Killian GIVES Moore — all donations are tax deductible.

  • Fifteen (15) scholarships have been awarded
  • Fall 2018/Spring 2019: Gwinnett Technical College (where he attended school)
  • Piedmont Technical College in South Carolina
  • Central Georgia Technical College
  • Clemson University’s Youth Learning Institute at Camp Sewee, a marine science summer camp.

Parker had an unmatched zest for life and never met a stranger. He loved hiking Little Mulberry Park and the North Georgia Mountains. He loved music and played the violin at Osborne Middle School. His friends say…’Parker’s light burned brighter than the rest.’

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© Parker Killian Gives Moore, 2019