We couldn’t be more excited about Music For Me Fine, our spring benefit coming up this Friday, April 22nd at All Saints Chapel in downtown Raleigh. Tickets are still available here for a night of fun and music with complimentary beer from Top Of The Hill. All proceeds will benefit Me Fine Foundation and our mission to provide emotional and financial support of critically ill children children being treated by Duke Children’s and The NC Children’s Hospitals.
Here’s a rundown on the Music For Me Fine lineup:
To Better Waters-Hailing from Charlotte, To Better Waters features Paul Manos and Joel Turner on dual lead guitar, Alexander Warner on keys/guitar/vocals/kazoo, Matthew Susong on vocals, Pat Allois on percussion Jeff Thomas on bass. This indie rock band recently recorded an album, Days of Ours, that has what the band calls a ‘Earth, Milky Way & Rock ‘n Roll” sound.
The Remedy-The Remedy is Raleigh’s Premier Rock n Roll Party Band performing everything from the 60s through today’s hits. Featuring Paul Baggett and Mike Mizelle on vocals, Taylor Austin on guitar/bass, Andrew Blair (A.B.) on guitar/bass/vocals, Chadwick Johnson on guitar/vocals, Jason Sikes on guitar/vocals and Scott Debrauwere on drums, this band will have you swing, swaying and dancing in the aisles.
Old Habits –Old Habits got their start back in 2003 one night when Craig Thompson, Lin Peterson, Bennett Thompson and Brian English got together to pick a little bluegrass. Chad Johnson joined the group and in 2007, they recorded their first self-titled album at The Rubberroom in Chapel Hill, NC. Eventually Evans Nicholson’ drums were added to the line up, and the band moved from old-school bluegrass to their current sound – a mixture of Americana, Country and Southern Roots music.
Buy your tickets now for Music For Me Fine and we look forward to seeing you April 22nd!
Richard Averitte, Marketing Chair, Me Fine Foundation