Mar 4 Brothers in Harmony gig will raise funds for homeless families on South Shore

Looking for something to do on Sunday afternoon?

Join us at the C Note in Hull on Mar 4 from 3-6 pm. You’ll enjoy a lazy afternoon of of blues, R&B, and soul music performed by Brothers in Harmony as they raise funds for homeless families.

Brothers in Harmony brings together a remarkable collection of the region’s best blues and jazz musicians. The group includes Brian Templeton, Ed Scheer, Johnny Blue Horn, Mario Perrett, Bobby Gus, Larry Luddecke, and Steve Monahan. They jam together once a year to raise funds for charities focused on homelessness.

“We’re particularly delighted that these talented artists chose Friends of the Homeless as their charity. In addition, the C Note in Hull on a Sunday afternoon is the perfect venue for their music,” says Herb Newell, Executive Director of Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore.

“We also hope the late afternoon timing will make it easier for everyone to enjoy this rare group performance by some of New England’s premier musicians.”

A perfect place to drop in for great listening

The C Note offers a live music venue at 159 Nantasket Avenue in Hull, Mass. Every weekend they entertain a diverse and energetic crowd with music by some of the best local and national bands. Drop in any weekend and you’ll hear everything from jazz and blues to rock and funk, and just about everything in between.

Come early, seating is limited

Doors for the March 4 benefit concert open at 2 pm, and the music begins around 3 pm. But with limited seating, you’ll need to come early. You can purchase tickets at the door for a suggested donation of $20. (Plus, additional donations are always welcome.) Also, because of the venue, you must be age 21 or over with valid state-issued IDs to attend.

Proceeds support homeless families on the South Shore

All proceeds from this benefit will support the Friends of the Homeless shelters and programs. This includes the Home with Friends program that works to end homelessness on the South Shore, one family at a time.

So if you’re looking for something fun to do plus a meaningful way to raise funds for homeless families, “Why not join us in Hull next Sunday?” asks Newell. “I love this music and you will too!”

For more information, call the C Note at 781-925-4300 or Herb Newell at Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore at 781-340-1604.