MLK Memorial Show/Duncan & Porter Benefit @ BBT

THIS MONDAY…

Come join us, brothers and sisters for a night to celebrate the life and legacy of a great man in our country’s history. All proceeds to benefit Duncan & Porter Shelters for the Homeless. Local Pgh bands:
Vincent Scotti Eirene speaks!

Knauer Brothers (music of Neil Young, others and originals)
Qlitterati – a new musical project featuring Christiane D, Geña, Phat Man Dee, Craig “Izzy” Arlet, Ketan Bakrania, Tom Emmerling!!
Bobby Porter tribute
Midnight Ensemble (music of Sandman/Morphine)
more TBA(?)
Door at 8PM Live Music at 9PM
Donations accepted at the door. 21+ BRING ID

Press Release from Evan:
“Press Release: 29th annual Martin Luther King benefit concert for the Duncan and Porter homeless shelter. Who: The Knauer Brothers, Qlitterati, Midnight Ensemble, PhatManDee, Gena and Tommy Amoeba. When: Monday January 16th at 9pm. Where: Bloomfield Bridge Tavern 4412 Liberty Ave. Pgh PA. 15244. 412-682-8611. Description: This show is the 29th annual Martin Luther King benefit for the Duncan+Porter Homeless shelter at 1516 Manhattan St. Northside. This year has three new rockin-jazzy-swinging-punk bands, The Knauer Brothers at 9pm, Qlitterati at 10pm, then at 10:30 a special tribute by PhatManDee, Gena+ Tommy Amoeba to the memory of Bobby Porter the great Pittsburgh punk rock band leader-singer who played these MLK-concerts for decades. Then at 11pm Midnight Ensemble. Suggested donation $5 for the rich, $10 for the even richer.
Thx, Evan Knauer

Hit Vincent up for a copy of his book The Day the Empire Fell, too!

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