Local Artists to Play Alive Inside Foundation Benefit in March

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Earlier this week, locally based Little Fish Records announced it would provide support for a benefit for the non-profit group, The Alive Inside Foundation, an organization that aims to “empower local communities to create meaningful, shared experiences that link generations, and expand aliveness globally.”

The benefit, which takes place at 5 p.m. on Sunday, March 19, at Brothers Lounge, will feature five groups in the main concert hall, including Henrietta Kytten, Angels in Disguise, Zach & the Bright Lights, Carlos Jones & the PLUS Band [pictured] and the Nate Jones Band.



Four artists will also perform between sets in the club's Wine Bar. Those acts include J. Emmett, a band featuring the sons of the late Sonny Geraci.

Tickets
are $10 in advance and $15 on the day of show.



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