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Bass gig: Rockin’ for KPM on Sept. 25th

By Noah | September 16, 2010

On Sept. 25th, I’ll be playing bass for Rock City Band at the Rockin’ for KPM benefit at Back to the Boathouse in Dracut, Mass. Rockin’ for KPM is held each year to celebrate and raise money for the surviving two of three triplets, Kyle, Patrick and Matthew Wilkins, all of whom were born with Becker’s Muscular Distrophy.  There will be good food and good music, and it’s for a very good cause.   We go on for one set at about 4:30 PM, but the other bands start at 1PM and there are good bands following us too. This will be my first Rockin’ for KPM, but I’m told that lots of great bands show up and everyone has a terrific time.   There’s more info about the benefit here.  Come on out and join us!

Also: it turns out I have another gig that evening backing up Robert Cedrone.  I’ll put up a separate posting with info on that one.

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