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Thursday February 18th, 2016

Posted at 10:57am

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Wednesday night, Montreal pop-rockers, Simple Plan, played an intimate charitable show at the Olde Walkerville Theatre to an all ages crowd.

The band played this charity concert in honour of the late Richard Costley-White, owner of Blackburn Radio Inc. and all of the proceeds went towards Transition to Betterness.

On top of previewing a sneak peek to their new album – “Taking One For The Team” – they performed their hits such as “I’d Do Anything,” “Perfect,” “Jet Lag,” “I’m Just A Kid,” and “Welcome To My Life.”

Opening for Simple Plan was Huttch; a Windsor-local trio who just released their self-titled EP in January.

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