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September 19, 2013

Benefit Concert

PLAISTOW — Country music star Brandon Lepere and his band, The Ragged Impresarios, will host a benefit performance for the American Red Cross on Fri, September 27 at The Sad Café on 148 Plaistow Road (Rte. 125) in Plaistow. The show begins at 7:00 p.m., with two acts taking the stage before Lepere and his band begin.

Lepere will perform his most recent hit songs, “She Drives Me Country,” “Soft Summer Nights,” and “The Road,” from his newest CD, The Road, among others.

“I’m so excited to have this chance to donate the proceeds of my show to the American Red Cross,” says Lepere. “The American Red Cross helps people all over the country, wherever there is need, and I’m so happy to help in any way I can,” he adds.

The American Red Cross will have a table set up for people to make donations on the spot, in addition to receiving proceeds from the show.

For more information about the American Red Cross, please contact: American Red Cross New Hampshire Region, 1-800-464-6692, www.RedCross.org/nh.

To reach the Sad Café, call 603-382- 8893, or visit them online at http://www.thesadcafe.com/the-cafe/what-we-do/

To see and hear Brandon perform,

http://www.youtube.com/user/TheBrandonmusic100, or learn more about Brandon at: http://brandonmusic.com/.

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