“Attack Hunger” Awareness Concert

On Friday, February 7th, I will have the distinct honor and pleasure of opening for my very good friend, Chris Degnore, at the “Attack Hunger” Awareness Benefit Concert, to be held at the Trinity House Theatre, in Livonia, Michigan. Attack Hunger is a company that runs on a one-to-one premise. For every one delicious and nutritious item that you purchase, one of the same items will be donated to a human in need. One-to-one. Attack Hunger donates to different local shelters and outreach programs. All money made at this concert will go to support Attack Hunger.

I’ll open the show with a 45-50 minute set, and then Chris will play a stripped down set with a few special friends sitting in. (I’ll be blowing some harp on a song or two with Chris.) Attack Hunger will be set up in the lobby with shirts and info. Doors open at 7 PM, and the show starts at 8. Tickets are $15 each, or $12 each for Trinity House Theatre subscribers. Space is limited, so it’s a good idea to order your tickets in advance. Come on out to support a great cause and support local music at the same time!

Trinity House Theatre
38840 West Six Mile
Livonia, MI 48152



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