Benefit concert is “All for You”
Sister Hazel is hosting tonight’s Gator Growl, but the band began their Homecoming weekend last night at a benefit concert. Proceeds go toward helping people pay for treatment for addiction at Shands Vista Florida Recovery Center. Medical Director Scott Teitelbaum says the impact of their services is widespread.
This is the fourth year Sister Hazel’s Ken Block and Andrew Copeland have played the benefit.
An excerpt of Block and Copeland performing Sister Hazel’s “All for You” last night:
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