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Tuesday December 21st, 2010

Posted at 10:25am

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This Thursday, December 23rd at the Blind Dog a special holiday event will be taking place.

The Jingle Bell Jam, a show originally put together by Kevin Couvillion will be donating a portion of ticket proceeds to cancer research in his honour. Kevin has been very active in Windsor’s music scene over the past years, and has recently passed away after a long battle with cancer.  Organizers are also planning on having  door prizes to help raise money.

The evening will consist of the first ever Windsor performance by Amherstburg’s Kristy Lauriault, local pop-punk outfit We Can Be Heroes, a very hyped Pulp City Inn, Montreal’s All She Said, and the ever entertaining The Classix. Doors open at seven, and Kristy will take the stage at 7:15. All ages are welcome.

For more information on this event, check out www.TheBlindDog.ca.

To check out the artists involved, click the links below:

Kristy Lauriault: www.youtube.com/KLaurr

We Can be Heroes: www.myspace.com/WeCanBeHeroesBand

All She Said: www.myspace.com/AllSheSaidMusic

Pulp City Inn: www.myspace.com/PulpCityInn

The Classix: www.myspace.com/TheAfterParty519

To learn a bit more about Kevin Couvillion, read the post StereoGoesStellar posted on their website;  www.StereoGoesStellar.com

So this Thursday, come on out to The Blind Dog at 671 Ouellette Ave., celebrate the holidays, support a great cause, and hear some awesome tunes.

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