Langley country stars band together for Basics for Babies

Langley-area country musicians and bands are banding together for a Christmas-time fundraiser

A line-up of Langley-area country musicians and bands are banding together for a Christmas-time fundraiser for JRFM’s Basics For Babies.

JR’s Holiday Fun Day will feature performances by the Chris Buck Band, The Washboard Union, Jojo Mason, Bobby Wills and Shawn Austin at Langley Events Centre on Saturday, December 16, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Chris Buck says, “Looking forward to performing and raising tons of money December 16th at the Langley Events Centre for 93.7 JRfm – Today’s Hot Country #basicsforbabies with some great friends; The Washboard Union, Jojo Mason, Bobby Wills and Shawn Austin.”

This is an all ages event, with admission by donation. All proceeds go to the JRFM’s Basics For Babies charity.

JR’s Holiday Fun Day is presented by Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union.

Langley Events Centre is located at 7888 200 St.

For more info visit www.jrfm.com

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