Benefit for Baby Metalhead Harrison Snow
Our favorite metal horns in the womb rocker tyke Harrison Daum Snow was born last November. Since then, he has experienced breathing problems as a result of a diaphragmatic hernia, and has had several surgeries to help correct the abnormality. This has been a taxing time for Lake Worth-based parents (and Invisible Music players) Jeff and Susan Snow, who have spent countless hours by their son's side at Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood.
Aside from a ChipIn account helping to defray Harrison's medical costs, there's another opportunity to help the Snows with a benefit show at Orlando's Redlight Redlight on Saturday, April 2. Performers on the bill include John Ralston, Grey & Orange, Richard Sherfey, and Mike Dunn.
Benefit for Harrison Snow. With John Ralston, Grey and Orange, Richard Sherfey, and Mike Dunn. 9 p.m. Saturday, April 2 at Redlight Redlight, 745 Bennett Road, Orlando. Tickets cost $5. Click here.
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