It wasn’t God who created honky-tonk angels. But if there is a god, then he, she or it most certainly would approve of them. Capital Ale House is host to a Night of Honky Tonk Angels on Saturday, June 7, a charitable evening of barroom music-making to benefit the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation. Sponsored by LifeCare Medical Transports and Hohner USA, the event features here-and-now purveyors of the form Nikki Hill, Miss Laurie Ann and the SaddleTones, Gina Dalmas, Weeping Molly and Alison Self and the Lonesome Lows lending their talents to help raise money. It’s going to be a great night of vintage country music. Doors open at 6 p.m. Admission is $10. capitalalehouse.com.
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