You go out all the time. And whether it’s a life changing experience or not, you’re kind of throwing your money down the drain. Not the case if you come out to party for the Billy Boloby Benefit at Little Munich. The show has been put together to raise money for local musician and former New Times Music Editor, Billy Boloby’s—i.e. Jason Budjinski—liver transplant and colectomy.
The benefit includes live music by the Jameses, New Coke, Cop City/ Chill Pillars, and Nervous Attachments. Records from Budjinski’s personal collection will be on sale and his brother Matt will be offering “Flowbee for Boloby” haircuts. Doors open at 8 p.m. The bands go on at 9 p.m. A minimum $5 donation is suggested at the door. The fundraisers are almost halfway to their $10,000 goal. Little Munich is located at 806 Lake Ave. in Lake Worth. Call 561-932-0500, or visit facebook.com/littlemunich. To make an online donation visit giveforward.com/fundraiser/7p32/jasonbudjinskisurgeryrelieffund.
Sat., April 20, 8 p.m., 2013