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Friday, September 16, 2011

Mosley Wotta Plays Tonight to Benefit the Red Cross

Mosley Wotta, Marv Ellis, Tony Smiley and Cadence tonight at the Century Center.

Posted By on Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 11:30 PM

In this week's print edition, we mentioned the altruistic ways of Mosley Wotta, one of Bend's most popular artists, and how he's helping out the American Red Cross this weekend.

Tonight, MoWo and his band are headlining the Blood is Thicker Than Wotta show, which benefits the American Red Cross. If you wear a mask, the show -- which kicks off tonight at 7pm at the Century Center -- is a mere $5. If you're too cool to dress up, it's $10.

But hell, that's still a steal, considering that in addition to MoWo, the lineup also includes party starter Marv Ellis, Cadence AND the one-man-band explosion of Tony Smiley (video below).

Again, the show is at 7pm at the Century Center.

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