The Bridge to headline the Concert for Hope February 22

bridge8Iconic Balitmore roots-rockers The Bridge will reunite for a special show as they headline the eight annual Concert for Hope February 22 at Baltimore Soundstage.  The Hippy Sheiks will open the evening and Smooth Kentucky will play a special VIP reception before.


This annual feature on the local music calendar is a true Baltimore story about giving back. Two local guys — John Miller and Jim Wolff — both had first-hand experiences with the devastating impact of a cancer diagnosis and recognized that knowledgeable support is essential for people facing this disease. John and Jim have partnered with HopeWell Cancer Support, a local nonprofit that provides free support programs and services to individuals and families in Maryland who are coping with cancer, to produce the eighth annual Concert for Hope.


An hour-long VIP reception will start at 7 pm, featuring Baltimore-based bluegrass band Smooth Kentucky on stage. Doors for the main show open at 8 pm with the return of Concert for Hope favorites, The Hippy Sheiks. They will be followed by a rare performance by legendary local jam band The Bridge to close the show.


A live auction is also part of the event, featuring six themed packages, including:

•             Musician Dream Come True (a Paul Reed Smith electric guitar and private guitar lessons)

•             Music Lovers (tickets to Paul Simon & Sting concert on 3/13/14 at the Verizon Center)

•             Utah Wonderland (5-day/4-night accommodation plus 2 airline tickets)  


All proceeds from tickets sold go directly to benefit HopeWell Cancer Support’s programs for individuals and families coping with all kinds of cancer.


For further information about the HopeWell Cancer support please visit


Concert for Hope