LOCAL RADIO SHOW ANNOUNCES CONCERT TO BENEFIT THE OPEN DOOR ~ Sunday August 27th @ Mile Marker One

Unfinished Music Show’s Season 1 Guests to Perform

GLOUCESTER, JUNE 14, 2017 — Greg Verga, Host of Unfinished Music on MSO Radio
(MSONewSports.com) announced today a live concert to celebrate the first Anniversary of the
web based music program. All profits from ticket sales will benefit The Open Door
The show will take place 4-9 pm on Sunday, August 27 under the Milemarker One tent at 75
Essex Avenue in Gloucester. Tickets are only $10 each and can be purchased in advance
through Brown Paper Tickets at http://unfinishedmusic.bpt.me. Tickets will also be available at
the door the day of the show.
“We had 19 shows in our first year and we learned a lot about the local music scene and had a
great time doing it. This live concert was an idea we came up with to not only promote the show
but also give an opportunity for these talented artists to share their original music. More
importantly, it will benefit The Open Door and we all know how much they do for those in our
community,” said Verga.
The list of performers is a who’s who on the Cape Ann music scene. Confirmed so far:
John Jerome
Band Pier Ave
PrateekPoddar
Satch Kerans Band
Paul “Sasquatch” Cohan
Alto & Small
Black Sheep Stampede
Brian King
Dan King
Inge Berge
Stolen Lions
Julie LaFontaine, Executive Director at The Open Door added, “The Open Door’s mission is to
alleviate the impact of hunger in the community. This event will bring people together to support
a cause important to this community and help connect people to good food.”
About Unfinished Music
Unfinished Music is a web radio based interview program. Singer/songwriters and full bands
stop by to chat about their latest projects, play recorded music and perform live in-studio. The
show streams live at www.MSONewSports.com and is then available for on-demand listening.
Upcoming shows as well as links to past shows can be found at
Milemarker One (tent)
75
Essex Avenue in Gloucester, MA

One comment

  • The sense of community and caring has always been the beautify community teaming for and pause for the cause tightknit indeed! 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

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