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Ann Magnuson Does Bowie

Photo by Amos Perrine, digitally assaulted by Rudy

Last night at The Empty Glass, Ann Magnuson, backed by a band led by Chuck Biel, electrified a packed house with an evening of David Bowie’s greatest songs.  It was one of those magic nights that brings out everybody, and it was all to benefit Covenant House.

We were treated to a special performance by one of Charleston’s most treasured natives, performing songs by one of the world’s greatest songwriters, all for a truly worthy cause.

Covenant House works to prevent homelessness by offering various housing-related programs that combine helping people access affordable housing with services that help people sustain stability to keep the housing long-term.  Our target group are those who face the most complex challenges—individuals who are not only homeless or at risk of homelessness, but who also have very low incomes and serious, persistent issues that may include substance use, mental illness, and HIV/AIDS.

To help Covenant House in their mission, visit their website for details on how you can donate and volunteer.  You’ll find a few more photos from last night’s Glam Explosion follow the “read more” link.

We could be heroes, just for one night.

We could be heroes, just for one night.

The joint was jumpin'.

Keep your 'lectric eye on me, babe.

John, I'm only dancing.

But where were the Spiders...

1 Comment

  1. Johnny V

    A howling good time! Great review.

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