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Band of Horses Announce South Carolina Hurricane Matthew Relief Campaign

Band of Horses are currently on tour behind their new album Why Are You OK. Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 19, they will perform in their hometown of Charleston, South Carolina. While in the city, the band have announced a number of efforts to support Charleston in the wake of Hurricane Matthew. All proceeds from Band of Horses’ endeavors will be donated to the Tri-County Hurricane Matthew Recovery Fund (established by Trident United Way, in partnership with Charleston’s The Post and Courier).
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