The Work's 2010 Christmas Jam Benefit Concert in SC


The Greenville-based, six-piece band The Work return to The Handlebar again for their 9th Annual Christmas Jam Benefit Show, an Upstate tradition since 2002. This Feature Holiday Event will take place on Saturday, December 18, 2010 at The Handlebar in Greenville, SC and all proceeds raised go to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas, a "home away from home for families of critically ill children receiving treatment at area hospitals."

Tickets available here.

Christmas Jam 2010 Artist Line-Up (To Date)
The Work
Larry Keel & Natural Bridge
New Grass Revival's Curtis Burch
Shane Pruitt Band
Delta Moon’s Tom Gray
Doug Jones
Jonathan Lloyd
Jeff Holland
Tez Sherrard
Plus many more TBA

The members of The Work always look forward to the event and according to band's Charles Hedgepath, Christmas Jam has "become an instantly recognizable annual event that each year, each jam has outdone the last. Fans look forward to the event year round and it's an added fundraising bonus for our charity of choice. This gives the events roots within the community that each year I believe get stronger."

Fellow band member Craig Sorrels agrees, "The Christmas Jam is quickly becoming one of the biggest events of the year in Greenville for music. And is great for the music scene here in general. You will be pressed hard to find another event all year that brings in so many world class musicians into one building for one performance all together and do it all for a good cause. It means fellowship, and an opportunity to give back to a community that continues to support us over the years."

In its previous 8 years of operation, The Work’s Christmas Jam has raised $40,000 for local charities.

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