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Hospitality House Benefit Concert

Hospitality House  will open the doors of Utah’s Place for a benefit concert to help raise money for costs associated with permitting and renovation of the new space. On Saturday night May 12th at 7pm,  Utah’s son and musician Brendon Phillips and a member of his band. Bodie Busick  will provide some of the entertainment.
Click to hear Brendan Phillips

The Moore Brothers, and two of Utah’s long-time friends and fellow folk singers, Larry Hanks and Deborah Robbins will also be performing. Hospitality House is looking to begin renovations of Utah’s Place so it can open its doors to shelter up to 54 people experiencing homelessness in Nevada County. The crucial phase of permitting is underway, and work will begin in the early summer. This concert will help raise funds to continue the process. Brendon says If you have not had a chance to see the new space, this is the perfect opportunity to come hear great music and learn more about Hospitality House and Utah’s Place and contribute to its continued success.

click to hear Brendan Phillips

Utah’s place is located at  262 Sutton Way in Grass Valley  and the concert is Saturday evening May 12th at 7pm.

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