Home for the Holidays: The Gasoline Gypsies and Friends successfully raised $2500 for the Detroit Chapter of Habitat for Humanity, on a special night featuring many of Michigan’s top independent artists.
Generous patrons packed Aretha’s Jazz Cafe at The Music Hall in Detroit. Sponsored by the Michigan-centric online music streamer, Sonic Coast, the event headlined by The Gasoline Gypsies, featured mini sets by five other Michigan based acts, all featured on Sonic Coast’s regular play rotation.
Brian Maloney, Sonic Coast’s founder called the event, “A wonderful night for a great cause.” And noted, “Michigan artists are the best!!!”
Music makers Ironwood, Abe Abraham, Frank Grimaldi, Mary Ellen Kearney, Katelynn Corll Music, Karley Davidson, and The Gasoline Gypsies all generously played for the cause. Sonic Coast, Aretha’s Jazz Café, Yorg Kerasiotis, David Kalaf, provided promotion, food, and production.
Portions of the Livestream recording of the show can be seen by visiting https://www.thesoniccoast.com