West Seattle musicians in ‘Concert for Bangladesh’ re-creation

That upcoming event is not in West Seattle but has a “huge West Seattle tie-in,” points out Feedback Lounge (WSB sponsor) co-proprietor Jeff Gilbert (besides the fact that he designed the poster):

A bunch of Northwest musicians have come together to re-create George Harrison’s landmark 1972 charity concert for Bangladesh on Friday, September 13, at the Hard Rock [9 pm]. And of the 20 performers, half are West Seattle residents. Tickets are $10 advance/$12 day of show, 21+, with all proceeds benefiting Roots Young Adult Shelter and the George Harrison Fund for UNICEF™. This is gonna be epic!

The Hard Rock Café-Seattle is downtown, at 116 Pike; advance tickets are available online here.

4 Replies to "West Seattle musicians in 'Concert for Bangladesh' re-creation"

  • West Seattle Hipster September 3, 2013 (3:57 pm)

    That is a great idea for some worthwhile causes and that poster is very cool as well.

  • C September 3, 2013 (7:36 pm)

    Awesome…. interesting that I have never heard of any of these cats yet I gig quite frequently… Not so small world after all ?

  • steve September 4, 2013 (10:31 pm)

    Let’s hope the IRS doesn’t tie up the proceeds for 20 years….BTW, who’s gonna do the Ravi Shankar bit? That alone is worth the price of admission. Don’t forget to tell the people no smoking too.
    Can’t wait.

  • Rashed September 13, 2013 (9:28 am)

    Thanks for this great event. As a Bangladeshi American, I salute the organizers.

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