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    Grammy® winner ED GERHARD, Pete HUTTLINGER - a Benefit Concert

    Presented by at Regent Theatre

    March 6, 2010


    Grammy® winner ED GERHARD, Pete HUTTLINGER - a Benefit Concert

    Following the nearly sold-out show in 2009, Grammy® winner Ed GERHARD & World Renowned Fingerstyle Guitarist Pete HUTTLINGER will return to MA to for another spectacular evening of acoustic guitar. Known for mesmerizing his audience, Grammy® winner Ed Gerhard performs on 6-string, 12-string, slide guitar or Hawaiian Lap Steel, with musical intensity and a sly sense of humor. His distinctive tone is unmistakable and not to be missed. Berklee-trained Pete Huttlinger, has thrilled audiences around the world with his remarkable arrangements that include a tune’s melody, harmony, and bass lines - at the same time. He inevitably leaves his audience saying “WOW. How did he do that?” Gerhard and Huttlinger will be joined by pre-war Blues master 'Mississippi' Jon Short and Berkee-based band The Beastonians to support the MA-based charity Raising The Blues, Ltd. which brings interactive music, lessons & instruments into in-patient pediatric hospitals, medical-needs summer camps and special-needs schools around New England. In 2009, audience members traveled from NYC and beyond to see this unique event, which was quoted as “one of the best concerts that I have ever been to” and "an amazing event." See video clips of the 2009 Raising The Blues Benefit Concert at: http://raisingtheblues.org/News.html Do not miss this spectacular event!

    Regent Theatre

    7 Medford Street
    Arlington, MA 02474

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    Admission Info:
    $35 Adults ($15 kids 16 yrs & under) All seats are Gen. Admin.

    General Day and Time Info:
    7 PM

    Phone: 781-646-4849

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