STAGE 2: THE LAKEVIEW 1:00 pm - The Reno Brothers 2:00 pm - Caleb Berg Band 5:30 pm - Cedar Moon 6:30 pm - One Horned Mule 7:30 pm - NOW w/ Marcus Chastang 9:00 pm - Jam 'N Toast Drum Circle
STAGE 1: THE ORDEAUX 12:00 pm - La LA Tribal Belly Dance 1:40 pm - Ellen Sweetman 2:00 pm - Carly Darden 2:30 pm - Ganelle and Donny Ray 3:30 pm - Kay Hummel 5:00 pm - Self Evidence (The Shiz duo) 7:15 pm - Will Vance 8:15 pm - Verge of Truth
“Where there is charity and wisdom, there is neither fear nor ignorance.” -St. Francis of Assisi Please join us for a great night of local, homegrown music from Baton Rouge's finest as we come together to support a local family in need. The Murphy Family from Lafayette has suffered an unimaniginable tragedy --- and we have a chance to help! Please read on... The Murphy family left for the World Cup in South Africa two weeks ago. As they were walking back to their condo from listening to a band, they were struck by a drunken driver, police said. Nicole Murphy, 24, was a second-year medical student at Louisiana State University with dreams of becoming a medical physician for the Army. In her spare time, she loved the soccer field, as did her five brothers and sisters. "We're a soccer family," Lucas Murphy said. "We all played soccer growing up. It's a dream come true to go to the World Cup." It was a dream that turned into tragedy as the 24-year-old, her brother, Brian, and her two sisters were walking back to their condo in Cape Town. "A car struck them in the median and killed my little sister and knocked my little brother into a coma," Lucas Murphy said. His sister was killed instantly, but 19-year-old Brian Murphy is in an induced coma in South Africa. He's not stable enough to be transported back to the U.S. yet, and even when he is ready to come home, he'll require a special medical plane. "In order to bring Brian back in the current state he's in, since he's still in the ICF in South Africa, it's going to cost in excess of $300,000, and that's something the insurance won't cover," said Rachel Riser, who is planning a benefit for the family. ***SHOW STARTS AT 8pm / $10 DONATION AT THE DOOR All proceeds will go directly the Murphy Family Support Fund, which is set up at Home Bank. The address is P.O. Box 81459 Lafayette, LA 70598 ***Seven laurels art gallery and listening room The corner of 7th and Laurel and downtown Baton Rouge The players will be: PETER SIMON JACOB ZACHARY LUKE ASH BARRET BLACK AND MORE... Thanks for giving your hard earned money to a good cause! See you there!
I'll be joined by the band - playing originals from 630 to 930 on the budweiser stage. Come support local music!!!
We are putting on a Community Benefit Show, to help aid a struggling family. Les Granier is a disabled elderly man raising two children on his own, Winter and Josh Granier. They are currently living in Mall City, a really poor and crime infested section of Baton Rouge. To help move them out we are putting on a concert on their behalf. Les will also be selling beads, Emily Ash will be selling handmade dolls, and tons of other stuff will be going down! 7pm. $10 or Donation. Line up: Luke Ash Jacob Zachary Jordan Courtney Jonathan Livingston Peter Simon Barret Black Larry Heard Matthew Herron and Denton Hatcher Come on out and help your community serve this family! :)
Bio: Born with a busted lung on Christmas day, Peter Simón entered the world at a fighting weight of 2.2 Pounds. Three years later, he could be found reaching for the family piano keys, knocking out timeless classics such as Mary had a little lamb for all to hear. From this point forward, it was clear...See Full Bio