B.P.’s Jam For The Blue Cut Fire Victims

Join us this Wednesday at Lake Alice for food fun and music and to support the victims of the recent Blue Cut Fire.

As many of you know already, Brian Pim is a close friend of our and an all around great person. So when he mentioned to us that he was looking for musicians to join his benefit show, we were happy to oblige. We will be playing a short set alongside our long time friends in Dianthus & Shot In The Dark as well as many other great band so please come out and see all the amazing talent that will be there and give your support for the victims of the Blue Cut Fire. A $5 donation at the door is all you need to get in.

B.P.’s Jam will have a very interesting mix of musical styles and genres. No proper jam session would be complete with swapping a few players around, so I (Michael) will be filling in on bass for Dianthus and joining us in our set will be Kenny Ferrall on lead guitar and Jackie Parry will hopefully be joining us for a few songs on rhythm guitar.

It’s surely going to be a great time for a great cause. We can’t wait to see you all there!

Wednesday, September 14th. 6:00 – 11:00pm

Lake Alice
3616 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92501

$5 Donation at the door.

All Ages!

While not necessary, please consider RSVPing here.

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