Friday, September 7, 2012

Make a donation for injured musician Trevor Ware

Posted By on Fri, Sep 7, 2012 at 3:55 PM

Trevor Ware, of the band Grand Serenade, was seriously injured when he was hit by a drunk driver Sept. 4.
  • Trevor Ware, of the band Grand Serenade, was seriously injured when he was hit by a drunk driver Sept. 4.

UPDATE: White Water Tavern is hosting a benefit show and auction for Ware on Oct. 5, with works from local artists and music from C. Murdock Jones, Mason Mauldin, Jonathan Wilkins, Isaac Alexander, Elise Davis, Kyle Mays (of Grand Serenade), Sea Nanners and Svelt.

On Tuesday, Trevor Ware, bassist for Grand Serenade, was hit by a drunk driver while riding his motorcycle. He is still in critical condition and will likely be in the hospital for some time, according to an EverRibbon.com page set up today by Jeremiah Stark to help raise money for Ware and his family during an incredibly difficult time.

They're seeking $10,000 by Nov. 1, and any amount will no doubt be appreciated.

From the account site:

Please donate what you can to help the family of Trevor Ware pay for the all the hospital bills incurred during this trying time. Every dime counts, so give what you can.

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