Helping to support cancer awareness

It has been a busy month and I've been happy to help support breast cancer awareness. I was honored to represent The Heather Pick Music Program at the OSU Medical Campus Panera in support of their Pink Ribbon Bagel sales.  All proceeds from the sale of the bagels go to the Pink Ribbon Girls, as well as (new for this year) The Heather Pick Music Program!  10TV did a short feature about it and you can watch the video below. In addition, My drummer Jack participated in the "Real Men Wear Pink" campaign and the band did a short set for his fundraiser.  We had an absolute blast and were thrilled with the number of people that attended.  Our thanks for your generosity. 

My thanks to all who have come out to the shows over the summer!  I have thoroughly enjoyed playing for you. 

 

 

 

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    My wife and I were so happy to hear you, first on the television in her hospital room and then in the hallway as she was finally released. Thank you for playing in the hospital. It meant a lot to us to hear your beautiful and uplifting voice.

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