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Jessie Brashear Benefit Concert

July 22, 2011 @ 8:00 pm
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$10

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Jessie Brashear, the drummer for popular local band twicebroken, suffered a brain hemorrhage on  July 4th during a show with the band.  Jessie and his family will soon be faced with medical bills that are hard enough to pay with inusrance, even harder without.

Tickets are $10 at the door and donations are graciously accepted. 100% of the proceeds from this show will go directly to Jessie and his family.

More details about how you can help Jessie and his family can be found on the Jessie Brashear Benefit Facebook Page

twicebroken will headline the show with special guests It Hurts to be Dead, Roselawn, James Cook and the Audacity, White Knuckle and Disco Rico

 

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