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Music Jam for Joe O’Haire

Thu, 11/30/2023 - 08:55
Joe O'Haire
Courtesy Denis Carr via GoFundMe

A lineup of local rock-and-roll royalty will take the stage at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett on Wednesday in a benefit for Joe O’Haire, a Montauk photographer recovering from an Oct. 17 motorcycle accident involving an 18-wheeler in Texas that left him with numerous broken bones and a collapsed lung. 

Mr. O’Haire “would do anything to help anybody he met in his travels. He is a funny, witty, compassionate, and supportive friend to all,” wrote Denis Carr of Livingston, Tex., who is coordinating an online fund-raiser via GoFundMe that recently crossed the $25,000 mark. 

Wednesday’s “All You Need Is Love Jam” at the Talkhouse will feature the Lynn Blue Band, Joe Delia and Klyph Black, Mamalee and Jim Lawler, Dalton Portella, and Simon Kirke and G.E. Smith. The show is from 6 to 9 p.m., and there will be an art auction and raffle prizes. General admission is $25, and V.I.P. admission is $100, all cash only. 


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