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Hurricane Sandy Benefit Concert @ The Beach House

When: Sat Dec 8th
9:00 pm - 12:00 am

Where: The Beach House | 17 Nathan Ellis Highway | North Falmouth


Hurricane Sandy benefit concert at The Beach House
Saturday, December 8
Falmouth, Mass. (December 4, 2012) -- The Beach House Restaurant in
North Falmouth will hold a concert and benefit drive this weekend to
benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy.  Nationally touring
singer-songwriter Don McCloskey will perform on Saturday, December 8th
at 9 PM.  He’ll be joined by musician Chuck Treece and John Beninghof,
who will open the show up.  There is no charge to attend, but
attendees are encouraged to bring school supplies, canned goods, toys,
blankets or donations for the victims of Hurricane Sandy.  All of the
gifts will be driven to Rockaway Park in Queens by Beach House Owner
Pat Bonzagni and John Beninghof next week.
Don McCloskey is an eclectic singer-songwriter blending the folk
troubadour tradition with all things Americana (rock, hip-hop, punk
and country).  His music has appeared in episodes of MTV’s The Hills,
FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Michael Moore’s Academy
Award-winning documentary, Bowling For Columbine.  Based in New York,
he has performed across the country and has appeared at The Beach
House numerous times, always to a packed crowd.  McCloskey lost a
close friend in Hurricane Sandy, which was the impetus to do this
benefit show.
“Don is a talented musician and always a huge draw on Cape Cod, but
more importantly he’s got a big heart,” said Beach House Restaurant
Owner Pat Bonzagni.  “Our goal is to raise a lot of money and collect
a lot of Christmas presents and other needed items, all of which we’ll
be bringing down to families in Rockaway Part next week.”
The Beach House Restaurant is located on the corner of Routes 28A and
151 in North Falmouth. For more information, call 508-564-5029, email, visit
www.thebeachhouserestaurant.comor follow them on Facebook.

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