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Foo Fighters Inspire Day Of 1000 Musicians

If Day of 1000 Musicians all comes together as planned, Paul Lemire is hoping to raise $5000 each for a quartet of charities, including two associated with music.

Foo Fighters Inspire Day Of 1000 Musicians

By Nick Krewen

On July 21, event organizers Paul Lemire and John Fillion are hoping that 1000 musicians will show up to Firemen’s Park in Niagara Falls, Ontario and sing five Canadian songs and an AC/DC tune for charity.


If Day of 1000 Musicians all comes together as planned, Lemire is hoping to raise $5000 each for a quartet of charities, including two associated with music, Major Progressions Music Therapy and Music Gives Movement; in addition to Project SHARE  which provides emergency food to families in need in Niagara Falls; and Stamford Centre Volunteer Firemen’s Association.

­ — Continue reading in SamaritanMaghow the Foo Fighters inspired this civic event that hopes to become a major news story later this month.

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