Sammy Eubanks, Cami Bradley hosting virtual concert benefitting Meals on Wheels Spokane
SPOKANE, Wash. — Sammy Eubanks and Cami Bradley are teaming up with Wendle Motors and Victory Media for a virtual live concert benefiting Meals on Wheels Spokane.
The event is free to view online and the public is invited to consider donating to MOW during the event.
“This collaboration highlights the unique collaborations and responses of individuals and businesses in the community in response to COVID-19,” MOW representatives said in a release. “With social gatherings banned, virtual concerts offer music to the people while also giving the artists the chance to reach the masses. Businesses all over the region such as Wendle Ford are using their resources to turn a negative situation into a positive impact.”
Both Eubanks and Bradley are Inland Northwest locals.
Eubanks was born and raised in California, but moved to Priest River when he was 15. He is known for playing the blues across the Inland Northwest and starting the Inland Empire Blues Society. He has also won “Best Male Vocalist” 12 times in the state of Washington.
Bradley, who was born and raised in Spokane, rose to fame as a contestant on America’s Got Talent. She placed sixth and has released three solo project since.
MOW provides meals to local seniors in need and has been providing services to keep them healthy through the COVID-19 pandemic. One of MOW’s largest efforts is fighting social isolation.
MOW has been adding seniors to their services at a highly increased rate to also serve those who are self-isolating. Funds from the virtual concert will help cover costs of additional meals, services and programs to serve those who need help.
The virtual concert will be aired on Facebook Saturday at 6 p.m.
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