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Hot Springs, Arkansas’ The Big Chill Hosts Benefit Honoring Local Musician PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dannielle Davis   

On Sunday, March 20, from 1p.m.-7:30p.m., the Hot Springs community will come together for an outdoor musical day of celebration while benefiting legendary local musician Joe Hall.

“Joestock” will feature over 11 bands/acts, located in and around Hot Springs, as they come together to raise money for Hall’s cancer treatment expenses.

While celebrating Hall’s 40+ years of musical contributions in the area, friends will unite to honor the legendary artist through sound. This special benefit will also showcase the reunion of 60’s group The Bellaire Buffs, as they come together for a unique appearance to benefit Hall.

The benefit will feature additional live performances from various acts including Dayton Waters, Salt & Pepper, Blue Blazes, and many others.

Sponsored by the Unknown Legends Musicians Relief Fund, guests can partake on the silent auction emceed by members from the non-profit organization.

Cooked by the wonderful chefs of The Big Chill, guests can enjoy various meal options including barbecue, hamburgers, and fajitas. Refreshments will also be provided at the event including Beer and soft drinks.

First influenced by legendary performers including Eric Clapton and Chet Atkins, Guitarist Joe Hall developed a unique and profound style in the creation of his own music.

Throughout his 40+ years of playing and performing music, Hall has been given the privilege to play in various duos, trios, quartets, and full band ensembles.

Many have grown to love Hall’s admirable musical talents and his down-to-earth personality. As Hall continues with his treatment, friends and fans will come together to help benefit this influential artist through song, fellowship, and monetary donations. 

For more information about the event, please contact The Big Chill directly at (501) 624-5185. 

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