What A Night--Album Release and Benefit at OLS

Thanks to everyone who came out last night to make the album release and benefit show at One Longfellow Square such a smash. OLS is one of my favorite rooms and last night it was filled with familiar faces and lots of love. With all artist proceeds from tickets sales (65%) going to Help Hope Live for Christian Dickey, we raised just over $400.00 for the cause. 

After the show Christian holds the door to grand-dad's old car to let me check out the view from inside. To learn more about Christian's incredible story and how you can help, follow the link on the photo to his Help Hope Live fundraiser page. 

After the show Christian holds the door to grand-dad's old car to let me check out the view from inside. To learn more about Christian's incredible story and how you can help, follow the link on the photo to his Help Hope Live fundraiser page. 

Connor Garvey and Eric McDonald opened the show, setting the tone for a night of story and song with gorgeous harmonies and beautiful tunes on electric guitar and mandolin. 

The album itself became available at midnight online both digital and hard-copy with digital download. It is on the shelves at Bull Moose in downtown Portland and soon to be available at both Brunswick and Lewiston locations.

All in all, it was a day and a night to remember. I enjoyed seeing everyone and getting to catch up with so many folks I haven't seen in so long. I have been so inspired by so many of you and I can't thank you enough for letting us share a little music and give a little love to a great cause last night. 

Photo by Kathy Carr

Photo by Kathy Carr