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Acoustic for Autism benefit concert


Courtesy A4A album cover art

Acoustic for Autism, a music collaboration project benefitting autism research and support, will be hosting a live performance at Studio 99 in Nashua this Friday.
Cormac McCarthy, of Maine, and Mike Morris, of Strafford, will each be playing a set and copies of the full-length A4A album will be available for purchase at the venue.
Proceeds from album and ticket sales for this event will benefit the Autism Society of New Hampshire.

About the A4A project:

  • From the web site: "The Acoustic for Autism compilation features compelling independent (and in some cases, unreleased) music specifically chosen to convey themes of hope and healing. 100% of the net proceeds will be donated to autism charities for research, awareness and care."

About the musicians:

  • From McCarthy's web site: "Cormac's energy, raw talent, and polished skills... shake up blues, folk, and country with wonderful original songs."
  • From Morris' web site: "Acoustic music with a groove. Progressive folk. Heavy Wood. Mike Morris defies the stereotype of the solo acoustic musician."

Visit the A4A website
Check out their group on Facebook
View the feature article in the Telegraph

What: Acoustic for Autism benefit concert
Where: Studio 99, 115 Main St., Nashua MAP
When: Friday, March 12 @ 8 p.m.
Cost: $10


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