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December 16, 2013
Source - Seattle Times
This week Macklemore and Ryan Lewis played to 50,000 fans over three nights at KeyArena. Just hours later, they flew to New York to play Madison Square Garden Friday. But on Saturday they were back in Seattle playing a benefit for Seattle Children’s at the Showbox. Organized by Pete and Brandy Nordstrom, this was the second year for the Seattle Musician’s for Children’s Hospital (SMooCH) event. The night raised $334,000.
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