Rhea Makiaris is an East Coast bred, West Coast raised musical sensation. With a natural ear for music and knack for picking up instruments, she is a self-taught riot of a minstrel with a honey voice and a yen for old school R&B. Rhea transports her listeners back to a golden age of music, when all a performer needed to entertain was a guitar and an exceptional voice.
Rhea was a featured artist in the San Diego Troubadour! Click on the photo to read the full article.

Rhea was a featured artist in the San Diego Troubadour! Click on the photo to read the full article.

Dinner with Friends Charity Event

Ronald McDonald Charities of San Diego, 2929 Children's Way, San Diego, California

Rhea will be one of the featured artists entertaining during the 7th Annual Dinner With Friends, a fundraising dinner and auction to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego (RMHCSD).

The event will include a tour of the facility, full dining experience, entertainment, raffle, live and silent auctions and a wine grab.

This event operates on a $0 budget, which means that 100% of the money raised, goes directly to RMHCSD!! RMHC, which provides a home-away-from-home for families of children being treated for serious, often life-threatening illness or injury at Rady Children's Hospital or other local hospitals. Please feel free to invite friends and family to join us.


Pioneer Spring Fundraiser

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Sunshine Company Saloon, 5028 Newport Ave, San Diego

This is a fundraising event. Rockin' Rhea will be singing a few songs (along with several other bands) and be part of the silent auction to benefit Pioneer Programs. Prize: Rhea will perform at the highest bidder's event or private party for up to two hours.

"We are raising money for Pioneer Programs to assist with their Community Based Instruction transportation department. Our efforts are also raising money for Pioneer Foundation to create programs for people with developmental disabilities after the public school system. With your support we can facilitate the best programs for these people and continue their education through community integration and vocational tasks."