Be There: Carter Albrecht Memorial Show At Club Dada Tonight

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Tonight, starting at nine o'clock at Club Dada, Salim Nourallah, Chris Holt and countless other prominent area (and returning) musicians who knew and loved Carter Albrecht (full line-up after the jump) will be hosting and performing at a special one-year anniversary memorial show for their fallen-but-hardly-forgotten friend.

Albrecht, known around town for his work in countless area bands, including The New Bohemians, Sorta and his own project, Sparrows, was killed just about a year ago.

Tonight's show is $10 to attend, although proceeds, oddly enough, will go to the Anju Gill Foundation rather than the Carter Albrecht Music Foundation. Still, seems to be a good cause being supported here, at what should be a very cathartic, if somber night. --Pete Freedman

9 p.m. - Dave Little 9:15 - Jayson Bales 9:30 - Glen Reynolds 9:45 - John Dufilho 10:00 - Kenny Withrow & Scott Johnson 11:00 - Salim Nourallah 11:20 - Trey Carmichael 12 a.m. - Chris Holt & Friends 12:30 - Trey Johnson / Ward and Friends

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