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Hurricane Sandy Red Cross Benefit Concert with Richard Bacchus & the Luckiest Girls, Danny Ray, The Bleeding Hearts, Hank Sinatra, Maldora, Greg Humphreys, Michael Rank & Stag, John Howie Jr, Chip Robinson, Robert Kirkland 

When: Fri., Nov. 23, 5 p.m. 2012
Price: $10

When disaster hits, a swift and ambitious response from the Triangle's music community is typically a foregone conclusion. Tonight, former New York resident Richard Bacchus (he was on the East Village, palling around with Jesse Malin in D Generation) leads a big bill that pulls from the area's ribald alt-country and rock 'n' roll legacies. John Howie Jr. and Chip Robinson offer songs, while Michael Rank brings his languid Stones caravan, Stag. Bacchus, bolstered by his Luckiest Girls and session saxophonist Danny Ray, headlines. Also, The Bleeding Hearts, Maldora, Greg Humphreys, No Eyes, Robert Kirkland and Hank Sinatra. —Grayson Currin

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