Firefighter's son organizes benefit concert for Northshore Fire Foundation

Thursday, March 7, 2019

Asterhouse' new song "The Heart Moan", written for
the Northshore Fire Foundation was released
Feb 21 courtesy of NW Music Scene!
According to a story in the Bothell-Kenmore Reporter, John Thornberg, of the indie band Asterhouse, organized a benefit concert in West Seattle on February 22 to benefit the Northshore Fire Foundation.

Thornberg's father Doug is a firefighter at the Kenmore station.

The foundation partners with several local charities, such as Big Brothers and Big Sisters of King County, Hopelink, Babies of Homelessness, Mary’s Place and Operation Warm Coat.

The $1250 raised from the benefit will be split between Operation Warm Coat for Mary’s Place and Babies of Homelessness.

Read the story HERE


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