In its 5th year, Jam for a Cure continues to rock with all proceeds benefitting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Tomorrow night shall be no exception with a stellar lineup of V-Groove, The Greg Foresman Band, Danny Flanigan and the Rain Chorus, with John Mann kicking things off at 7 pm.
For those who are unaware, V-Groove has dominated the local music scene with regular appearances at Stevie Ray’s, Gerstle’s, and various other venues playing some covers and some originals. In speaking with bassist Alex Featherstone, their new material has been really well received but I’m looking forward to finally seeing them live as I've heard nothing but great things about their live show and especially their loyal following. While it was a bit hard to keep him from speaking about conspiracy theories and gun control, Featherstone thinks there will be a great turnout so get their early!
The Greg Foresman Band and John Mann are both Nashville recording artists, Greg being the guitarist for Martina McBride and John a former member of the Tim Krekel Orchestra. Flanigan is a veteran of Louisville having produced 7 full length LPs that always deliver a positive message and is all around feel good material.
In addition, there are some sweet raffle items, it’s a mere $10 to get in, and doors open at 6:30.
Photo credit and tickets: http://www.jamforacure.com/
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