"Jack's For Diane" -- Region Music Community Rallies For Local Victim of Violent Crime

Nov 24, 2015

This edition of “MIDWEST BEAT with Tom Lounges”  originally aired Tuesday, November 24, 2015

“MIDWEST BEAT with Tom Lounges”

Musical Guests: Phil Miller, Bruce Chronister & others


The Thanksgiving “spirit” is based in celebrating and helping friends and neighbors.  Coming together, uniting to celebrate common bonds.

This edition of “Midwest BEAT with Tom Lounges” really shines a light on that very SPIRIT as  in-studio guests were the ones spearheading the “Jack’s For Diane Benefit” on December 6th at Jack’s Sports Pub & Eatery on Ridge Road in Lansing.    The benefit is to help Diane — a Lansing resident who was victim of a heinous crime that has left her and her family members with a long struggle ahead.   Representing the family on this program was Diane’s daughter, April Michelle.

Also in-studio were local businessman Jeff Keister (owner of Jack’s Sports Pub & Eatery), and local musicians Phil Miller and Bruce Chronister who performed live acoustic songs and represented the many musicians who are coming together to lend their time and talents to make this event a success.

“Midwest BEAT with Tom Lounges” airs on 89.1FM-LakeShore Public Radio and streams live in real time online stream at: www.lakeshorepublicmedia.org.