PRS Band to head­line Con­cert for the Cure

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EAS­TON — The Paul Reed Smith Band will bring its self-de­scribed “Ch­e­sa­peake Gumbo” blend of mu­sic back to the Avalon The­atre at 8 p.m. Fri­day, Feb. 17, for the Con­cert for the Cure to ben­e­fit Su­san G. Komen Mar yland.

Pre­mium tick­ets in­clude a pre-con­cert re­cep­tion at the the­ater at 6:30 p.m. The re­cep­tion will fea­ture a mee­tand-greet with the band and light fare sam­plings from downtown Eas­ton restau­rants. There will also be a live auc­tion of a PRS SE signed gui­tar.

Gen­eral ad­mis­sion to the con­cert is $40; pre­mium tick­ets are $85. Tick­ets can be pur­chased at www.aval­onthe­atre.com or by call­ing 410-822-7299.

Paul Reed Smith is the founder and owner of PRS Gui­tars, based on Kent Is­land. Smith is one of the world’s pre-em­i­nent master gui­tar mak­ers with clients in­clud­ing Car­los San­tana, Jimmy Page, Dave Matthews and Ricky Sk­aggs.

The Paul Reed Smith Band per­forms world­wide, with a com­bi­na­tion of funk, rock, R&B, jazz, fu­sion, gospel, New Or­leans-style me­ters, hip hop and melodic in­stru­men­tal mu­sic.

Net pro­ceeds will ben­e­fit Su­san G. Komen Mary­land, pro­vid­ing breast health ed­u­ca­tion and sup­port, lo­cal com­mu­nity grant pro­gram fund­ing and na­tional re­search.

Silk and White Roses, Betty Huang, oil on can­vas

The Paul Reed Smith Band will per­form Fri­day, Feb. 17, at the Con­cert for the Cure at the Avalon The­atre.

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