UPDATE: Music Schedule for “Rocking to Rebuild Tess’ Lark Tavern” @ Washington Park Lakehouse, 5/22/10

Lark Tavern Front Neon SignROCKING TO REBUILD TESS’ LARK TAVERN
Where: Washington Park Lakehouse, Albany
When: 3-8pm Saturday, May 22
Donation: $25 includes beer and wine
Silent Auction: 4-7pm

By now, you probably already know about the fire that destroyed Tess’ Lark Tavern. And you probably already know about the many benefit events that are scheduled to help out owner Tess Collins and her staff in their time of need.

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The big benefit is slated for the Washington Park Lakehouse on Saturday, and we finally have a schedule of performers who are generously donating their time and talent to the cause:

3-3:45pm: MotherJudge & The Best Damn Open Mic Band with special guests Mitch Elrod, Jesse Calhoun & Tom McWatters
4-4:30pm: Rocky Velvet reunion
4:45-5:15pm: Charmed & Dangerous
5:30-6:15pm: Mirk & the New Familiars
6:30-7pm: Dezmatic
7:15-8pm: Super 400

A FEW OTHER UPCOMING BENEFITS FOR TESS’ LARK TAVERN:
SATURDAY, MAY 22, 6pm: “Art Auction for Tess’ Lark Tavern” @ the Marketplace Gallery, Albany ($5)
MONDAY, MAY 24, 7pm: “Poets Help Now: Albany Poets Open Mic Night for Poets” @ Valentine’s Music Hall, Albany ($5)
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 8pm: “Laughs for the Lark” with Greg Aidala, Bernadette Pauley, the Knuckleheads, Dave Cox @ The Linda, Albany ($15)
THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 7pm: “A Night at Tess’ Lark Tavern” with Ramblin Jug Stompers, Keith Pray’s Big Soul Ensemble, Jim Gaudet & the Railroad Boys, Poets Speak Loud, MotherJudge & the Best Damn Open Mic Band, Bryan Thomas @ The Linda, Albany ($15)
MONDAY, JUNE 21, 7pm: Ramblin Jug Stompers’ “Tess’ Lark Tavern in Exile” @ Capital Repertory Theatre Cafe, Albany (Free; donations accepted)

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