Along with Sunday's benefit for Norton Records, an independent Brooklyn record label hit hard by Hurricane Sandy, at Magnolia Motor Lounge, singer-songwriter Sunshine Emery has helped assemble a day-long "Singing for Sandy" benefit at Lone Star nightclub in downtown Fort Worth.
Doors open at noon; admission is a $10 donation benefiting Island Harvest, which bills itself as the "largest hunger relief organization" on Long Island. Children get in free with a paid adult, but will have to leave by 8 p.m., when the benefit becomes 21-and-up only.
Food, raffles and auctions will be held, along with plenty of live music from Swan Song, Fender Benders, Darwin Prophet, Action Required Now, 50 Thick, Trio Loco, Vinny and the Jets and many, many more. If you cannot make the event, you can still make a donation to Island Harvest at any Wells Fargo location under "Singing for Sandy."