Mulcahy’s Pub & Concert Hall in Wantagh is hosting a fundraiser for victims of Superstorm Sandy this Sunday that will feature several musical acts.
Sunday’s benefit, which is scheduled to last from 4-10 p.m., is co-sponsored by Long Island rock station WBAB, Mulcahy's, Jeff Krasner Productions and Red White & Blues Band. Schedule to perform are multi-platinum British musician John Ford of The Strawbs, Essence, Red, White & Blues Band, Mark Newman, Peppy Castro, Barnaby Bye, Blues Magoos, Jerry Demeo, Frank Carillo, Dennis Grimaldi and Phil Grande of the Joe Cocker Band.
Organizers ask that attendees bring modest donations with 100 percent of the proceeds going toward Long Island Cares/Harry Chapin Food Bank in Hauppauge. New blankets, socks, underwear and non-perishable food will also be collected. People unable to attend the benefit concert but who want to make donations can do so by clicking here.
For further information on Sunday’s Superstorm Sandy fundraiser at Mulcahy’s, click on the event’s Facebook page.
Mulcahy's, located on 3232 Railroad Ave., has also given back in aftermath of Superstorm Sandy by hosting a free family meal for Wantagh and Seaford residents without power this past Wednesday.