LIVE: Members of “Take It To The Bridge” with Culp Perform & Talk Health

Saturday, June 10, 2017


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Don "DC" Culp, musician, and member of the Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame Advisory Board, says it’s important for musicians to take care of their health and become aware of preventative measures to stay healthy.

That’s part of the reason Culp founded the Tune In & Tune Up Musicians Health Awareness Program.

To help keep Rhode Island’s music community informed about preventative health care options and other wellness resources, Culp and the RI Music Hall of Fame are holding the first health awareness program called "Feeling Alright: A Health Fair and Unity Concert" Sunday, June 11 at the Hope Artiste Village and at The Met. 

Culp says, while the idea came from being in the music industry, the free health fair is open to people of all backgrounds and will have information from multiple areas of health and wellness, with more than  25 exhibitors ranging from doctors, holistic health providers, and wellness practitioners. 

Following the health fair, there is a unity concert at The Met from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.  Performances  will include Duke Robillard, John Cafferty, James Montgomery, Steve Smith, Becky Chace, Michael “Tunes” Antunes, Philip Pemberton, Gary Gramolini, Rudy Cheeks, Mark Cutler, Chris Vachon, Brian Minisce, Emerson Torrey, Bill Light, Marissa Licata, Steve Malec, Adrienne West, Ron Lewis all supported by the Tune In & Tune up House band.

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Don "DC" Culp

The Rock’n Docs,  a band comprised of Rhode Island physicians and Take It to The Bridge will also perform. 

Tickets for the concert are $20 in advance and  $25.00 day of.  

Proceeds from the concert go to the Tune In & Tune Up Rhode Island Musicians Health Awareness program.


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