Larry Long will be joining Hang Dynasty and the Leech Lake Honor Guard in Cass Lake, January 27-28 in a benefit concert to raise money for “Bring A Vet Home” (BRAVE), an organization devoted to helping homeless U.S. military veterans.
“Hang Dynasty” is a four-piece rock-and-roll band whose members have played with some of the most successful acts in rock history, including The Steve Miller Band, Prince, Bob Dylan, Boz Scaggs, The Beach Boys, Neil Young, Stevie Nicks, Kenny Loggins and others.
The concerts will be held at Cadillac’s Northstar Grille in Cass Lake on Friday, January 27 and Saturday, January 28. Both shows are scheduled to run from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Hang Dynasty members include:
- Billy Peterson. Billy has performed with The Steve Miller Band, Bob Dylan, the Righteous Brothers and many others
- Kenny Lee Lewis. Kenny Lee has provided lead guitar and vocals for many acts including The Beach Boys, The Steve Miller Band, Edgar Winter and B.B. King
- Ricky Peterson. A keyboarder and vocalist, Ricky has performed with The Steve Miller Band, Bonnie Raitt, John Mayer and Stevie Nicks
- Paul Peterson. Paul’s musical resume includes percussion and vocals alongside Prince, Kenny Loggins and Boz Scaggs, in addition to The Steve Miller Band
Groups being helped by this event are the Salvation Army, which provides transitional housing and support services to homeless U.S. military veterans and Beyond the Yellow Ribbon.
Tickets are: General Admission $15 in advance, $20 at the door, and are available at Cadillac’s Northstar Grille, the Cass Lake Chamber of Commerce and online at www.bringavethome.com. A limited number of reserved seats are available at the same outlets for $25 in advance, $30 at the door.
Studies by the Veterans Administration and the Department of Housing and Urban Development estimate that on any given day, 67,000 military veterans are battling with homelessness. Veterans make up more than one-third of the homeless population. Many suffer from psychological problems brought on by the trauma of combat, while others suffer feelings of isolation that make it difficult to assimilate back into society.