A music benefit with prize giveaways to help raise money in the fight against Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD).
Taking place November 17th at 10:30pm at the Golden West Cafe (1105 W. 36th Street)
A handful of the areas best bands donate their talent, while some of Baltimore’s cherished small businesses donate merchandise, services, gift certificates and more to be given away the night of the concert.
THIS IS AN ALL AGES EVENT
Price: $10.00 (entry includes 1 prize ticket)
Extra tickets are available for $2.00
PROCEEDS GO DIRECTLY TO THE PKD FOUNDATION
If you can’t attend, you can still make a donation to the PKD Foundation at any time!
Enjoy music by:
|“The rich textures of Mulhollen’s earnest songs have a bit of an ’80′s flavor… and his voice ranges from soaring confident choruses to a high and vulnerable croon. It’s pop music with complex design and operatic ambition.” - Baynard Woods, Baltimore City Paper|
|With Dan Cohan switching between drums and guitar, and James Klink juggling guitar and keyboards, The Water pile on layers of loops and beautiful overlapping tangles of melody and polyrhythms. Building each song up and tearing it back down with linear song structures and ingenius arrangements, The Water transcend predictable soft-loud-soft dynamics but almost always reach a europhic crescendo, often accompanied by a flash of color from the strange obelisk of light that stands center stage.|
|“Among Wolves is not what you might expect out of alt-country… Indeed this collection of tunes is accessible, digestible, and yet firmly to the left of anything you’d ever hope to find popping up in the mainstream (or underground for that matter). Devilishly clever, you wonder if they were at that famous crossroads along with Robert Johnson making a deal too.” – Smother|
|Bobby E. Lee & the Sympathizers is a Baltimore band who only plays the swampiest, stompiest, good timey music. The members of this humble troop are from all over our beloved country, from the majestic Appalachian Mountains to the gritty Mississippi swamp. To call their shows a mere concert is to sell them horridly short; they put on a honky tonk opera, a real show with characters and all. If you want to have a grand old time just swing your partner, grab some booze, and call up the Sympathizers for some killer tunes.|