Mo’ Town Benefit Concert – November 17
Colorado bluesman Mo’ Kauffey moved to Guelph 15 years ago, and since then he’s become a stalwart of the Guelph music scene, and a perfect example of what a local music scene should be all about. Local musicians getting out there and sharing their musical gifts with the community as often as possible. Well, unfortunately Mo’ has been diagnosed with cancer. And for that reason all of his friends – and they are legion, are getting together to raise money so that Mo’ can get access to the best treatments available, in Canada – and beyond. Join the Mo’ Town team for a very special fundraiser on Tuesday November 17 at the Royal Electric Bar & Public Eatery.
The fun starts at 7 p.m. and features an incredible line up of local talent including Mo’ Kauffey himself, Chesterfield and the Sofa Kings, Jeff Bird, Harri Palm, Ian Reid, Claire Begin, Kent Smith, Scott Fitzpatrick, Ambre MacLean, Nate Coles, Kent MacMillan, Greg Denton, Paul Cammaert, Lindsay Edwards, Bob MacLean, Brenda Lewis, Duane Rutter, Dan Walsh, Gayle Ackroyd, Sam Turton, Peter Turpin, Andy Hughes, Peter Temple, Guy Tru Stefan, Joni NehRita, John Zadro, Kevin Brown and more.
Tickets: $20 online and available HERE. They’ll also be available at the door, if there is still room.
Doors open at 6:30pm, the performances start at 7 p.m. with a jam to follow.
Check out the Facebook event listing HERE.
Even if you can’t attend the fundraiser you can make a contribution HERE.
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