7:00-8:15- Scott McNew and the Twisted Knobs
8:30- 9:15- Snakeskin Cowboy Reunion Show!
9:30- 10:15- Quesa Blues All-Stars – Reunion Show!
10:30-12:00- Dog Bite Mike
12:30-2:00- Ike and Rory
Twelve years ago this May we lost a great friend, brother and son. Brian Trieloff left all of us much too early, but he remains in our hearts and hopefully his cause remains in our minds.
Cancer WILL be cured in our lifetime, but it will take all of our best efforts to make this happen. FRIDAY, May 22nd, please find it in your hearts and minds to help rid our society of this horrible disease by joining us at The Mousetrap for a great night of music and fun with help from some great bands including:
** Scott McNew and the Twisted Knobs
** Snakeskin Cowboy Reunion Show!
** Quesa Blues All-Stars – Reunion Show!
** Dog Bite Mike
** Ike and Rory
Along with songs and spirits, we will have a silent auction and raffle for some truly incredible prizes. We already have some very cool auction items, including:
• Paul George autographed jersey, photo and great tickets to a game next season
• Dan Wheldon Autographed “Rookie of the Year” poster
• Colts, Pacers and Fuel Tickets
• Gift Certificates to all kinds of Indy’s finest Restaurants
* Gift Baskets full of great goodies
+ More donations are pouring in. Feel free to contribute.
Brian’s Songs will be a night to not only celebrate Brian’s life, but a chance to honor his legacy by raising money to help fight and cure one of our deadliest killers.
All of the money raised will go directly to helping people stay well and get well, by finding cures, and by fighting back!
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world’s largest voluntary (nonprofit) health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research and providing education and patient services.
FRIDAY, MAY 22nd: 6pm – 1am
To purchase tickets or to make a donation Click this link:
OR, Pay at the door DOS $25 (Ages 21+)
The mission of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) is: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
My sincerest thanks,
Michael Quarto and John Clamme