No Quarter Helping With Hurricane Florence Recovery Efforts

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Led Zeppelin cover band No Quarter is helping with Hurricane Florence recovery efforts.

The band is scheduled to perform live Feb. 2 at The Wilson Center in Wilmington, NC.  The performance is scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m.  All proceeds from the concert will go to the Cape Fearless Challenge By The Women of One Tree Hill.

The organization established the fundraiser concert to help area students impacted by Hurricane Florence.  The Cape Fear Community College Student Services Division will determine identify and fund those students deemed to be in the greatest need.

No Quarter founder Bryan Christiansen issued a statement saying the is glad to be part of the ongoing Hurricane Florence recovery efforts.

“No Quarter is honored to be part of the healing efforts of Wilmington, North Carolina, and is looking forward to bringing the healing power of music on board in this historic relief effort,” Christiansen said.  “Thank you for  having us.”

Tickets for the band’s concert can be purchased here.  Doors open at 6:30 p.m. the  Wilson Center is located at 703 North 3rd Street. Wilmington, NC 28401.

The concert will serve as the finale of a daylong service project in the Cape Fear region.  A silent auction (via mobile bidding) is scheduled as part of the day’s efforts.  It will feature items, such as ‘School of Rock’ memorabilia, artwork by Ruby Mazur (the artist responsible for The Rolling Stones’ famed lips and tongue logo) Helmut Lang’s famous David Bowie photo.

More information on No Quarter’s upcoming benefit performance is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:






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