Veteran singer-songwriter helping to raise money for his own Superstorm Sandy-devastated village
When the doors open at 7 o’clock tonight at The Turning Point, the venerable music club in Piermont, there will be a greater sense of urgency and community than ever inside.
A slew of local favorites, including Tom Chapin, a longtime Piermont resident, will rock out starting at 7:30 p.m. to raise money to help get the village back on its feet in the wake of Superstorm Sandy. The Old No. 7 Band, Joe Grunfeld from the Riley Etheridge Band, Becky Deloatch and Billy Procida are also on the schedule. And other guests and favorites are sure to show up and join in.
Tickets are just $25, and available here and at the door. Bring extra cash for a 50/50 raffle, too.
It’ll be a lot of fun and will help a really worthwhile cause.