$1,500 raised so far!

The Daily Dose Day 2018 is in the books – but you  can still take part!

We’ve arranged for the 24 hour stream to broadcast on rotation until Sunday. You can hear it all at DailyDoseDay.com.

To that end, we’re still accepting donations. If you’re so inclined, please donate to either of our causes:

Donate to the ALS Association through the JustGiving page

Donate to the Merlin Centre through the JustGiving page

(alternatively, there’s a Paypal button on each page).

We’ve put the show that Bruce gave us up for download – our Facebook community its are telling us it’s the best they’ve heard from Bruce, and Bruce himself says it’s as good as they get. Visit the Grand Rapids, MI page to get your download.

What else do we have for you? Well:

  • at DailyDoseDay.com we have wall-to-wall concerts and interviews, including with Bruce Hornsby, JV Collier and Ross Holmes
  • 24 doses of live music on the same site, including very early Bruce and a duet with Elton John in Madison Square Garden
  • the sixth cover project – twenty of  you have interpreted Bruce’s music, and it’s all free for download. It’s called “Postcards from Tossington” – visit www.tossington.com

We’ve raised $1500 so far, and we thank you all very much. There’s one prize left – a random donor before 11:59PM on Sunday gets a shirt signed by Bruce Hornsby!

Please visit DailyDoseDay.com!

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