On Tuesday night, a number of all-star musicians took to the Boulder Theatre in Boulder, Colorado, for a special Hurricane Harvey relief concert. Presented by Live For Live Music and CAN’d Aid Foundation, the charity organization associated with Colorado’s Oskar Blues Brewery, the concert tapped Anders Osborne; The Motet; Kim Dawson of Pimps of Joytime; Andy Hall, Chris Pandolfi, and Jeremy Garrett of The Infamous Stringdusters; Eddie Roberts of The New Mastersounds; Chuck Jones of Dopapod; Congo Sanchez of Thievery Corporation; and SunSquabi for the special charity event.
The concert was a smashing success, with all the proceeds going toward CAN’D Aid’s Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, which provides canned drinking water and on-the-ground rebuilding efforts following the destruction that Hurricane Harvey left in its wake. You can check out photos from Tuesday night’s Hurricane Harvey relief benefit at the Boulder Theatre below, courtesy of Bill McAlaine. To donate to CAN’D Aid’s Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, head over to the non-profit’s website here.
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