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*Hosted by comedian Samson Crouppen

The James Flynn Memorial Concert

THE BOTTOMS UP BLUES GANG, CaveofswordS, THE MIKE APIRION 3, OKTOPOUS
Saturday, August 19, 2017
Duck Room
Doors open at 7PM
Show starts at 8PM
$10 in Advance/
$10 DOS
21+ • To Benefit The General Operating Fund of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America.

The James Flynn Memorial Concert: PTSD Awareness & IAVA Benefit

An evening of profound music at Blueberry Hill Duck Room celebrates the life of Navy Seal James ‘Seven’ Flynn. Flynn, a graduate of Clayton High School, lost his battle with PTSD earlier this year. Here, CHS Alumni and members from the IAVA – Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans Association and beyond come together to honor James Flynn, raise awareness to PTSD and raise money for the IAVA to continue their great work.

Four bands, each with a CHS alumni in the group spans a full decade from 1985 to 1995. The musical acts offer up a myriad of genres: Rooted Blues, Groove Rock, Classic Rock, and Dream Pop. The event encourages all CHS alumni from any year to show their support by way of attendance. This is sure to be one unforgettable evening!!! Be sure to save the date. And you can help by inviting friends and sharing this event!

*Saint Louis based volunteers are needed. If you’d like to help, please message Timothy O’Neal via FB or send an email to livnow@hotmail.com

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