Seeing Red, Hearing Blues


This summer, Memphis Smoke, 89X and 93.9 The River bring music and a good cause together with Club Red, a summer concert series that benefits the Southeastern Michigan chapter of the American Red Cross.

With summer half over (sniffle, sniffle) the 2007 season of Club Red is near its midpoint, but if you’re interested in taking in some live blues and helping a good cause, you’ve got until September 12 to do so.

Hazel Park’s Garden of Souls and the recently-crowned winners of Mountain Rockfest’s Battle of the Bands, Hide from Cleo, are scheduled
to play this Wednesday, July 18.

More after the jump …

Club Red concerts are held at 8 pm on Wednesdays at Memphis Smoke in Royal Oak. There is no cover, but a donation to the Red Cross is encouraged. Club Red t-shirts are also available for purchase, with 100% of profits benefiting the local Red Cross chapter. Click here for future performers or here
for information on other local Red Cross initiatives.

1 Comment so far

  1. Abster (unregistered) on July 17th, 2007 @ 7:14 am

    Awesome plug! I volunteer there, I hope this series is a huge success. I went to the July 4 concert, and it was a really good time. Not to even mention, Memphis Smoke has tasty food and the upper level deck is great in the summer.

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