Indie Art Rocks for the Homeless at Capital Ale House 

April 24

Using a network of musicians and artists cultivated while playing with bands such as the McGuffin and the Lost Satellites, local songwriter and musician Frank Scott launched the Indie Art Rocks series in 2008. Now an annual multimedia event, this gathering featuring music and art raised significant money last year to fight multiple sclerosis. This time proceeds will go to Home Again, which provides shelter and services to Richmond's homeless population. Capital Ale House presents performances by the Lost Satellites, the Palominos and the Animal Beat at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 24. Local artist Jacob King also will be on hand to showcase his paintings throughout the venue. $10.


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