Earl Thomas, Eddie Angel In Trinidad School Benefit

TRINIDAD – Join Earl Thomas and Eddie Angel with the Blues Ambassadors Saturday, Oct. 12 at 8 p.m. at Trinidad Town Hall for a benefit for the Trinidad School Education Foundation, which fully funds Trinidad School’s music program and directly supports all enrichment programs at Trinidad School. Doors open at 7 a.m.

Tickets are $20 in advance, available for purchase at Trinidad School, Saltys, Hole in the Wall Arcata, The Works in Eureka. $25 at the door.

The Trinidad School Education Foundation (TSEF) is a non-profit organization whose goal is to provide financial assistance to Trinidad School with a specific focus on supporting and maintaining its exceptional academic and enrichment programs.

The Mission of the Trinidad School Education Foundation is to ensure that Trinidad School students receive a broad range of academic, arts and enrichment programs.

Frontman Earl Thomas, a singer and song writer, who has worked with artists such as Elvis Costello, Etta James, Ray Charles, B.B. King and Sir Tom Jones, is known for his powerful, well trained vocals, is accompanied by musicians whose backgrounds embody both San Francisco’s cultural diversity and the stylistic roots of the blues.

Eddie Angel will accompany Earl Thomas and The Blues Ambassadors. Born and raised in London, Eddie dropped out of art school at 21 to teach himself to play guitar, drawing his inspiration from all of the electric blues masters. His ability to improvise with fierce passion, formidable tone and liquid phrasing has made him one of the most recognized blues greats on the UK scene.



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