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Local bands raise money for Japan

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 Big Jim and the Twins help raise money for Japan. Photo by Richard AmeryAn April 28 fundraiser for Japan at the Slice raised approximately $2,500 for the Red Cross to help the victims of the earthquake in Japan, back in March.

There were a variety of performers on stage including John Greenshields, Aaron Trozzo, Big Jim and The Twins and blues/ funk band which includes Greenshields, Chris Lipinski and Geoff Orris.

Greenshields started the evening off with a set of upbeat, folk and rock covers.

 I only caught the end of Big Jim and the Twins upbeat, funky set of popular music.

 I really enjoyed the Bohemian Cause’s set of stoner/ psychedelic rock. They played an upbeat show which was a lot of fun which had the good sized audience into it.The Bohemian Cause raising money for Japan. Photo by Richard Amery

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 04 May 2011 10:15 )  
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