Hygienic Art Hosts Jim Stidfole Memorial Fund Benefit Concert

The Hygienic Art honors Hygienic Art co-founder Jim Stidfole with an evening of music, drinks, and dinner catered by Bayou BBQ & Grill on Saturday, August 31, 2019, 6:30 - 10 pm. All proceeds benefit the Jim Stidfole Memorial Scholarship Fund.
 
Admission (includes dinner):
$25 in advance available online at HYGIENIC.ORG
$30 at the gate
 
Featuring:
Dogbite, Tom Deedy, Paula MacDougall Dance, Maggie's Guitar, and the "Snowman" film

 
About Dogbite Band
Dogbite is an eclectic, ragtag outfit dedicated to performing roots music. The group is a six-piece combo, a trio or a duo, depending on the venue, plus any fellow travelers who happen to be in the room at the time of a performance or recording session. Drawing from a rich variety of sources, the band brings its own personality and interpretation to traditional songs as well as to numbers penned by the likes of Ray Charles, Townes Van Zandt, and Webb Wilder. Vocal harmonies, and strong songwriting round out the picture. Micky and Hugh play guitar. Doctor K holds down the drum chair. Arlene Wow! plays bass. Charles is on tenor sax. Dana is the fiddler. And everybody sings. The group emerged from the rock and roll scene of New London, Connecticut in 2001, an antidote to grim professionalism and narrow materialism.