Benefit for Karl Hill w/ The Caribbean, Nice Breeze & Sewercide
Hosted by Master of Ceremonies, the one and only Rick Taylor
Sat Sept 16 | 9pm | all ages
201 Upshur Street NW
$10 suggested donation (or whatever you can give, a little or a lot)
The Caribbean (Hometapes Records, experimental pop)
Nice Breeze (Euphoric rock n roll, ex-Freakbaby)
Sewercide (DC garage punk rock n roll, mem. Sniffs)
+ Auction of Farfisa Compact Combo organ, 100% of proceeds going to Karl's medical bills to pay off his new liver. We're auctioning off a vintage organ to support Karl's new organ. Details here: ebay.com/itm/322743041971
Karl Hill needs our help. Many of you know Karl as a hard-rocking musician who played in bands such as Government Issue and The Factory Incident. Some of you know Karl as a friend or colleague from the Washington, D.C. area where he lives, works as a software engineer, and volunteers for Smithsonian American Art Museum’s The Renwick Gallery. Unfortunately, what some of you may not know is that Karl over the last two years has battled liver failure and end-stage liver disease—life-threatening conditions that required a full liver transplant. I am pleased to report that he recently completed a successful transplant and is currently in recovery. This process has been emotionally and financially draining and now we are asking for your help.
For more details and to help out, check out the Go Fund Me campaign, slowly but surely making its way to its goal:
And then come to the show, be among nice folks, hear great music.