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A Benefit for Sista Linda featuring David Lindley

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Raven Theater

115 North Street

Healdsburg, CA 95448

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Don't miss David Lindley's return to the Raven in support of Sista Linda!

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A Benefit for Sista Linda featuring David Lindley

Tuesday, September 17th

Doors 6:30/Show 7:30pm

ALL AGES

$30 General Admission(1st Come, 1st Served Seating)

$50 Gold Circle(1st 8 Rows Center Orchestra)

About Sista Linda:

Sista Linda is a positive ray of Light in Sonoma County who needs the support of the community in her recovery from Breast Cancer. In December of 2018, she underwent surgery to remove cancerous tissue in both breasts. In January of 2019, she developed Pneumonia. By the time she healed from these, she courageously underwent radiation. She had to stop treatment short because of second degree burns under both arms and both breasts.

She is now having difficulty paying for basic household bills and items that are essential to her healing journey(nutritional supplements, special bras etc...).

100% of the Net Proceeds from this show will go directly to her!

Please consider adding an additional donation during your ticket purchase to help her revitalize her health and well being!

About David Lindley:

As a teenager, Lindley took to playing the banjo and the fiddle. By his late teens, he was acknowledged as an award-winning player, having won the Topanga Banjo•Fiddle Contest five times.[3][4] From 1966 to 1970, Lindley was a founding member of the all-styles psychedelic band Kaleidoscope which released four albums on Epic Records during that period.

After Kaleidoscope broke up, he went to England and played in Terry Reid's band for a couple years. In 1972, he teamed up with Jackson Browne, and played in his band through 1980. During the 1970s, he also toured as a member of the bands of Crosby-Nash, Linda Ronstadt and James Taylor.

In 1981, Lindley formed his own band, El Rayo-X. Jackson Browne produced their first album. Their last show before breaking up was December 31, 1989. Since that time, he has toured as a solo artist, and as half of a duo, first with Hani Naser, then with Wally Ingram.

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