Sweetwater To Host Music Heals International Benefit

Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley, CA will host a benefit for Music Heals International on September 30 featuring an impressive lineup of Bay Area music scene fixtures including the debut of the “Grateful Bluegrass Boys.”

Bay Area musicians Dan “Scat Man” Hicks, Jason Crosby (Robert Randolph, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Santana), Ezra Lipp (CAKE, ALO, Mother Hips), Mark Karan (The Dead and RatDog), Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz (ALO), Reed Mathis (Tea Leaf Green), Sunshine Becker (Furthur) and Grahame Lesh (Terrapin Family Band) are all confirmed to perform at the benefit. As previously mentioned, the evening will also feature the premiere performance of Grateful Bluegrass Boys: A Tribute to Grateful Dead featuring Aaron Redner and Bryan Horne (Hot Buttered Rum), David Thom (David Thom Band) and Ben Jacobs (Poor Man’s Whiskey).

Music Heals International (MHI) was founded in 2013 with the goal of bringing music and musicians to the children of Haiti and to other parts of the world. MHI programs are designed to teach and inspire, using music as a powerful force for education, creativity, and healing. For its first project, MHI will collaborate with the nation’s leading non-profit for music education, Little Kids Rock, and the Haitian relief organization, J/P HRO, to bring LKR’s very special program to schools in Port Au Prince, Haiti for the first time, focusing on the community of Delmas 32. The goal is to provide a transformative experience in kids’ lives, and with the power of music, to inspire the creativity and confidence that are critical to success in school and in life.

Tickets for the show are available now via Ticketfly.com.


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