Invisible Music Headlines Hope From Harrison Benefit Thursday

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The massive, organic musical collective Invisible Music continues its benevolent work with benefit show at Lake Worth's Bamboo Room this Thursday.

These eight folks have found the proverbial sweet spot between the works of guitarist John Ralston's current solo outfit, bassist Dan Bonebrake's Grey & Orange, and keyboardist Greg Lovell's Black Finger band, and have an orchestral work that will soon be in our hands as a finished album.

Since the birth of their son Harrison, drummer Jeff Snow and violinist Susan Snow have grown active in assisting the cause of young parents with medically fragile children, and this night is meant to marry goodwill with good music.

Details on the development of the Hope From Harrison Foundation, which will receive proceeds from Thursday's show can be found in the premiere issue of PureHoney, which is available in fine establishments around Broward and Palm Beach county or online below:

Invisible Music. With Cypress. 8 p.m. Thursday, September 15 at Bamboo Room, 25 S. J St., Lake Worth. Tickets cost $10. Click here.

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