Music and baseball will join forces at Paradise Rock Club this Saturday as Chicago Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein and Hall of Fame baseball journalist Peter Gammons host the 14th annual Hot Stove Cool Music charity concert to benefit the Foundation To Be Named Later. The event is presented by Ipswitch, Inc.
Gammons and his Hot Stove All-Stars will feature Paul Barrere from Little Feat, Buffalo Tom’s Bill Janovitz, Belly’s Tanya Donelly, Cubs broadcaster Len Kasper, the Upper Crust’s Chris Cote, Seth Justman from J. Giels, Will Dailey and members of The Gravel Pit, with actor-comedian Mike O’Malley serving as emcee. The event will host performances by Boston-born Kay Hanley, The Baseball Project, Rock super group featuring members of R.E.M. Rock and soul band, Trigger Hippy, featuring Joan Osborne and members of The Black Crowes, and Indie rocker Howie Day.
Event Date: January 11, 2014
Event Time: Begins at 6:00 pm and ends at 11:00 pm
Event Cost: $40.00
Paradise Rock Club
967 Commonwealth Ave
Boston, MA 02215