Benefit for Dan Golden of the Sinner's Club!
CANCER BENEFIT CONCERT TO AID LOCAL VETERAN MUSICIAN
GC Productions To Coordinate Fundraiser For "Nice Guy" Dan Golden
A special fund raising benefit concert is being held to aid long time veteran local musician and entertainer DAN "THE HOFNER GUY"
GOLDEN in dealing with an onslaught of medical bills acquired during his recent battle with cancer. The internationally recognized bass player/ vocalist for bands including THE SINNERS CLUB and tribute act the ROLLING TONES, has been dubbed by the press as "The nicest guy in Rock n' Roll", and has helped hundreds of budding players pursue their vision to join the music business.
Golden and the crew of THE SINNERS CLUB also recently released their first original CD single, the hilarious "I LIKE 'EM YOUNG". The benefit event, to be held SUNDAY, JANUARY 23, 2011 at IRVING'S @ HOLIDAY INN, 25425 SW 95th Avenue Wilsonville, OR 97070, will start at 5pm and feature a line-up of top flight acts throughout the evening. The schedule already includes blues acts Kevin Selfe, Eddie Martinez, "Julian's Ride ", John Thayer - brother of Tommy
Thayer of KISS, the fabulous ROLLING TONES, and headlined by Golden's band THE SINNERS CLUB, then culminating in an all-star jam session. Guest appearances by other area celebrities are also to be announced.
Admission is a suggested donation of $10, with proceeds and other donations targeted to assisting Golden with his medical expenses for cancer care.
This very special benefit event is being staged by GINGER CAVINESS of CG
PRODUCTIONS, along with help from noted vocalist - and the evening's MC,
ANDY MADSON of Rolling Tones fame. Door prizes and giveaways are being
supplied by local businesses and media outlets, including sponsoring Metro area rock radio stations KGON 92.3-FM and KCYH 97.1-FM, to help spice things up. To make pre-event donations and offer other help for this benefit, please contact Ginger at (503)432-7607 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please lend a helping hand to one of the area's most generous personalities in his time of need.