Enjoy live music and help support a Bangor woman struggling with ALS.

One of the things I have missed the most during Covid times, is not being able to go out and enjoy live music. Whether it's a concert on the Bangor Waterfront, or heading out to a local watering hole to enjoy seeing local musicians do their thing. Just think, it's been almost 11 months since you could grab your friends and hit a pub, or bar, to check out talented people performing. It's been rough, but a local guy who we know and love here at the Z, is putting together something that not only gives you a little of that experience, but also raises money for a very worthy cause.

"For The Love Of Tammy" is a Facebook Live Online Event, happening, Saturday, February 13, at 7 PM! It will benefit his friend and Bangor resident, Tammy Michaels. In October or 2019, Tammy was diagnosed with ALS and has since been living out quite an adventure. You can enjoy the music and send a donation through venmo, paypal or cash app if you want to help donate to her family.

To learn more about Tammy's Journey and become part of the Adventure and see the show, check out

https://www.facebook.com/groups/2578001892449027/?ref=share

Tammy was diagnosed with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. Since the diagnosis, her health has progressively gotten worse declined. The family sold their house and found a fully handicap accessible home. Tammy created a bucket list of things that she would love to do, including a cruise with her husband, a trip to Rome, to watch her son graduate from high school and boot camp, to be able to see the Hoover Dam, explore the Grand Canyon, got to the Grand Ole Opry, attend a Broadway show in New York City, and others.

http://paypal.me/tamuraiAdventure was created to help her live out some of these dreams.

Over the years, we have had Riff on the Z Morning Show many times to promote his "12 Days of Riffmas" event, where he would head out to local establishments and raise money for this cause, but thanks to the lovely pandemic, everyone has had to come up with new ways of doing things. Hats off to him for creating this event! Be sure to check it out on February 23rd.

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