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Coming Soon: 'Ho-Ho-Tel' 2009
Starting tomorrow, over 50 singer-songwriters and bands will participate in "Ho-Ho-tel" 2009, a three-night fundraiser with the proceeds benefiting the LAFD's "Spark of Love" Toy Drive, at the Hotel Cafe in Hollywood.
The rather impressive lineup includes Alex & Sam, Shane Alexander, Sara Bareilles, Javier Dunn, Jen & Abby, The Elevaters, Michelle Featherstone, Erin Mclaughlin, Clare Means, Jay Nash, Jake Newton, Chris Pierce, Joe Purdy, Joey Ryan, The Rescues, Charley Turner, and Sydney Wayser for Thursday, AM, Jim Bianco, Brother Sal, Cary Brothers, Buddy,Andy Clockwise, Holly Conlan, Brendan Hines, Laura Jansen, Jason Kanakis, Austin Hartley Leonard, Meiko, Kathryn Ostenberg, Kenneth Pattengale, Truth & Salvage Co., Butch Walker, WAZ, and Brian Wright for Friday, and Irina Bjorklund, Bleu, Rocco Deluca, Tom Freund, Graydon, Amy Kuney, Ernie Halter, Zack Hexum, Raining Jane, Lady Danville, Sonos, Keaton Simons, Nina Storey, Until June, and John West for Saturday.
Tickets for all three nights are currently onsale for $10.00 apiece.
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