Band aid school of music benefit concert Rachel Hubbard

The Band Aid School of Music and The Music Moves Mountains Foundation teams up to host a Benefit Concert at One-2-One Bar. Profits from the event will go towards helping fund music scholarships for disadvantaged children, special needs training for instructors, music therapy workshops, and new improved music equipment.
The concert hosted performances by student bands from The Band Aid School of Music program. Everson Smith and Camille Courtney performed as the opening act.
Harper, Eva, and Katie Maguire after their performance.
Drummer Huck Langford and guitarist Rafe Marie performing in their band, Shooting Star Wars.
Band Aid School of Music instructor James Mays, performs alongside Paul Rogge and Scott Bryant in their band, Surfer Jack City.
The event also hosted a silent auction, where guests bid and purchased a number of prizes and gift cards to help aid in the goal to raise funds for the benefit.
The concert featured a performance from special guest Dan Dyer as the final act of the show.

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