Emigrant Song

August 15, 2007 at 2:55 pm | Posted in Concert, Matthew Hurst, stl | 1 Comment

Music fans: Bang your…hammers!  Friends of the Mullanphy Emigrant Home will be hosting a benefit concert this Friday August 17th @ the Tin Ceiling on Cherokee and Compton.  For a donation of only $7 to this historic landmark in desperate need of repair you can check out country/bluegrass flavors of The Monads, Red-Headed Strangers, and the Bearded Babies (of “Cherokee shuffle” fame).

And even if you can’t make the concert, we encourage you to learn more about this building, and maybe even make a donation.  You can learn more about the Emigrant House on their website, and keep up to date on the restoration effort via Ecology of Absence blog.  Thanks to Michael Allen and What’s New in Old North blog for the tips.


1 Comment

  1. Cool–nice to know work is being done on one of the maaany old buildings in St. Louis.
    Hammers on a tin roof. . .ha, that’d be so loud.

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