As I told you recently Library Voices recently had their gear stolen after a performance. Now they, and some of their friends, are having a fundraiser to try to help them get back to where they need to be.
"In the spirit of rock and roll, the group has rented/borrowed enough equipment to continue touring but the incident has proved to be a giant setback and are hoping the community pulls together to support an evening of live music - which in turn will help them replace a portion of what was stolen.The actual show is Friday, March 27 at the Exchange (2431 8th ave, Regina, Sk) and will feature, in addition to Library Voices, Volcanoless in Canada, Andy Shauf
Library Voices has curated a diverse evening of music, pooling musicians from all over Saskatchewan to join the festivities. Estevan, Carlyle, Yorkton, Balgonie, Moose Jaw, Regina, and Saskatoon will be represented on stage.
The band prides itself on it's unique and diverse instrumentation - and so at this time they are also bowing their heads, with their tails between their legs and announcing that they will graciously accept any donations of old and unused instruments you may have cluttering up your garage or storage rooms. They solemnly swear that every donation will make an appearance on an upcoming recording. (contact: firstname.lastname@example.org)"
and Matt Goud.
So, whether you are in Regina or not lend a hand when you can, and pass this on to others.
The Facebook Event page is here.