Parmalee Dedicates 'Feels Like Carolina' Concert To North Carolina Flood Victims
October 25, 2016 at 10:20 AM (PT)
STONEY CREEK RECORDS group PARMALEE has announced the "FEELS LIKE CAROLINA FLOOD RELIEF BENEFIT" to aid HURRICANE MATTHEW flood victims in NORTH CAROLINA. Previously announced as the band's annual "FEELS LIKE CAROLINA" concert, the show will still take place at EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18th, but all proceeds will benefit the AMERICAN RED CROSS. Additional performers include THOMPSON SQUARE, RUNAWAY JUNE, LUKE COMBS, and DEE JAY SILVER.
"We couldn't imagine not making this YEAR's event a flood relief benefit," said PARMALEE's MATT THOMAS. "The people of NORTH CAROLINA are our greatest supporters. We considered them family and we couldn't leave them behind during this time of need. We knew something had to be done, and we can't thank the AMERICAN RED CROSS enough for their help in making this event happen."