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Fishing for a good time, we've got you covered. Local LITTLE RIVER BAND show on April 1st, No Foolin'!

 
Fishing for a good time, we've got you covered. Local LITTLE RIVER BAND show on April 1st, No Foolin'!
Posted March 21st, 2014 @ 5:27pm
The Little River Band headlines a Concert To Benefit the Florida Fishing Academy. Coming to Delray Beach's Crest Theatre on Swinton, Tues. April 1st. More below. 
 
 
This band still sounds great, hope to see you Anglers in the house! ap

Crane's BeachHouse Hotel & Tiki Bar in Delray Beach
Is The Presenting Sponsor for
Little River Band 'Cool Change' Benefit Concert at...
Delray Beach Center for the Arts on April 1

 Concert To Benefit the Florida Fishing Academy
(Delray Beach, FL – March 19, 2014) Cathy Balestriere, the general manager of Crane’s BeachHouse Hotel & Tiki Bar, today announced the fun and festive boutique hotel will be serving as Presenting Sponsor for the Little River Band “Cool Change” Benefit Concert on Tuesday, April 1 at 7:30 p.m. All proceeds will go to support the Florida Fishing Academy, a nonprofit afterschool fishing education program benefiting at-risk kids throughout Palm Beach County.

The concert will be held at the Delray Beach Center for the Arts/Crest Theatre at 51 N. Swinton Ave. Tickets are $50 for reserved seating and are available by calling the Florida Fishing Academy at 561.740.7227, or can be purchased directly at FloridaFishingAcademy.com.

Wayne Nelson, the lead singer and bass player for the world-famous Little River Band, is a resident of Delray Beach, and he will be joined at the concert by band mates Richard Herring and Greg Hind on guitars and vocals, keyboardist/vocalist Chris Marion and drummer Ryan Ricks.

"We're very happy to be pairing with the good folks at Crane's Beachhouse in support of this benefit concert,” said Mr. Nelson. “The Florida Fishing Academy is doing great things for our coastline by teaching kids how to respect and protect it. It's our honor to help them create a 'Cool Change' for our community.”
 
(photo courtesy of The Little River Band)

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