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SMooCH brings musicians together to benefit Children's Hospital


SMooCH brings musicians together to benefit Children's Hospital

November 20, 2013


Source - KOMO TV

Northwest musicians are nothing if not community-based – just ask any local performer who they have to thank for their success, and they'll be quick to name off bands, bookers and venues who have helped them along the way – but recently, the Puget Sound has seen an influx of for-charity concerts and performances. On Dec. 14, musicians will gather to play a benefit show for Seattle Children's. 100% of the funds from the show will go to paying for uncompensated care at the hospital.

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