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Benefit concert this weekend in Leadville

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LEADVILLE – Pb Arts Authority in association with the Tennessee Pass Café will hold a benefit concert and party Saturday from 5-11 p.m. to support the Hurricane Katrina relief effort. The cafe is located at 222 Harrison Avenue in Leadville.Colorado bands Boneyard and SoulFeel are donating their music and time for the cause. The Tennessee Pass Café will provide free food ranging from hors d’oeuvres to buffet-style entrees, Provin’ Grounds Coffee House will supply the desserts and the Dillon Dam Brewery has donated enough of their locally-made beer to keep everyone hydrated. Local businesses have donated items for auction. Boneyard is an acoustic/electric alternative folk quartet. SoulFeel describes its sound as “funky roots rock with a twist of Delta Blues.”Pb Arts Authority is a nonprofit organization dedicated to developing the cultural identity of Leadville, by providing and sustaining venues and institutions for community involvement and education in the visual and performing arts, humanities and preservation of the historic character of Leadville.For more information about the American Red Cross, call 1-800-HELPNOW or email info@usa.redcross.org.Hurricane Katrina relief effortBenefit concert with Boneyard and SoulFeelFrom 5-11 p.m. SaturdayTennesee Pass Cafe (222 Harrison Avenue) in LeadvilleVail, Colorado