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Jailhouse WomenRock

For all you Charleston peeps, I got this in an email. Apparently "Cary Ann Hearst and some of her 'Borrowed Angels'" are slated as performers at this benefit at the Old City Jailhouse on 21 Magazine Street, Dec. 11 from 6-10. Admission is $10.




Please support your local arts community by attending Jailhouse WomenRocK, and please forward this message to all that might be interested in attending!

All proceeds from the “Women Rock” benefit will be donated to scholarships that foster artistic creativity in local underprivileged children.

Beneficiaries include The Gibbes Museum, The Charleston Children’s Museum, SoBA, the Center for Photography and JIVE, Ann Caldwell’s children’s music program.

Participating in the event:

Artists:
Tonsenia Wiley, Mary Hunter Jackson, Tammy Minton, Heather Hawkins, Kate Temple, Leigh Magar, Catherine Brennan, Kate Boughn, Molly Myers, Paige Hathaway Thorn, Mary Lynn Sheppard, Sally Lydic, Beth Coiner, Leigh Alexander, Angela Hall, Karen Vematio, Michelle Barnwell, Kelle Pollock, Samantha June, Karen Vematio, Deanne Pace, Shannon Pryor, Joyce

Byrum-Crosby, Christan York and Christi Sanford.

Food and Wine Donated By:
FIG, Brett's, Crescent, Sermet's, Park City Grill, Earthfare, Cosmic Jack's,
Johnson and Wales, Rococo Bakery, Granville's Grocery and Catering (formerly
Boisson), Just Fresh, Catering by John Ondo, East Bay Deli, Pleasant
Spirits, Uncork, Gilmore Bar and Wine Service, and the "Charleston Wine
Traveler".

Musicians and Performers:
Cary Ann Hearst and some of her "Borrowed Angels", Chris Woodruff andfriends
from Caravan and Dunzip, Christy Sausser, DJ Brady Waggoner, and an open mic
ensemble with members of the Poetic Jazz Society.

Sponsoring Organizations:
The Gibbes Museum of Art, Children's Museum, Spoleto Festival USA, Centerfor
Women, Center for Photography, Women Making a Difference, SKIRT agazine, the
Little Black Book, Pure Theatre, and Charleston Barfly Magazine.

The Old Jail is located at the corner of Franklin and Magazine Streets in
downtown Charleston.

Please park in surrounding parking decks if possible, and bring your old
cameras for donation to underprivileged students at the Center for
Photography.
 
Rain Date to be announced

Special Thanks to:
Snyder Party Rentals
PDA Lighting and Sound
Soiree
Skirt Magazine
Channel Four News
Post and Courier
The City Paper
Barfly Magazine
The Little Black Book

WomenRock Committee Members:

Katie Boughn, Becca Dupps-Edwards, Kristin Hettermann, Catherine Brennan
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