Benefit Concert For Ex-CONEY HATCH Member CARL DIXON Announced

On Thursday, October 30 at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, HELIX, ANDY CURRAN & SOHO 69, BRIGHTON ROCKS and Russ Dwarf will take part in a benefit a concert for Canadian rocker Carl Dixon (ex-CONEY HATCH, THE GUESS WHO) and his family. Proceeds from the event will go to defray the costs associated with Dixon's near-fatal car accident that took place in April in Australia.

Andy Curran's SOHO 69 and BRIGHTON ROCK, who have not appeared live in over a decade, have assembled their original lineups. Joining Curran will be his original drummer Glenn Milchem, now of BLUE RODEO, who will help Andy perform songs from his CONEY HATCH catalog and beyond.

CONEY HATCH's "Devil's Deck" video can be viewed below.


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