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Change for China

Various artists perform at a benefit concert for victims of the Sichuan earthquake in China.

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Local musician Gene Gregory opens the Change for China Sichuan Benefit Concert with his unique "acoustic heavy metal" music.

Local musician Gene Gregory opens the Change for China Sichuan Benefit Concert with his unique "acoustic heavy metal" music.1Picture by Alex JosephSophomore Michael Dalbello acts as MC for the concert, sharing duties with fellow sophomore Alec Wurzbacher.2Picture by Alex JosephThe JV Myka Project, a local band, performs at the concert, providing a blend of originals and cover songs with a bluesy rock sound.3Picture by Alex JosephChris Hamilton and John Medalis of the JV Myka Project give a soulful performance.4Picture by Alex JosephUncle Chunky keeps a youthful image with this young guitarist.5Picture by Alex JosephTony Grasso, frontman of the local group Uncle Chunky, performs with his band in support of Change for China's cause.6Picture by Alex JosephThe entire concert was recorded in high quality for a local television station.7Picture by Alex JosephUncle Chunky brings sophomore Colin Wiencek, who coordinated the event with his peers, onstage to play a song.8Picture by Alex JosephSophomores Leah Ragen, Alec Wurzbacher and Michael Dalbello announce the winner of the guitar door prize.9Picture by Alex JosephChristos closes the successful show with a country-influenced set backed by members of Uncle Chunky.10Picture by Alex Joseph
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