Cameron Matthew Ray Benefit Show For Stolen Guitar And Gear!

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Opening Bell Coffee says
If you can't come but still want to help, There has been a GoFundMe set up for him.

Lineup so far:

Cameron Matthew Ray 8:00 - 8:20
Anna Averitt and Matthew Cutchen 8:20 - 8:40
Garrett Owen 8:40 - 9:00
Steve Jackson 9:00 - 9:20
Rahim Quazi music 9:20 - 9:40
Matthew And The Arrogant Sea 9:40 - 10:00
Emmeline 10:00 -10:20
Levi Weaver - 10:20 - 10:40
More to come hopefully!

In the early hours of June 16th, Cameron's 1968 Guild M-20 acoustic guitar, his gear, and many other items were stolen out of his car while parked in front of his house.
Items stolen include:
1. 1968 Guild M-20 in case with L.R. Baggs pickup
2. Antique suitcase filled with numerous Shure microphones, direct input boxes, XLR Cables, and 1/4" cables.
3. Box of merchandise including hand-sewn CD cases, t-shirts, and stickers.
4. Nike tennis shoes, numerous articles of clothing, a blanket, and yes, they even took a pair of Crocs.

Cameron's Guitar was purchased in 2012 for $1,400. After that, he spent well over $1,500 having it professionally restored. In addition, his guitar case, the microphones, cables, DI boxes, tuning pedal, and merch was at least another $1,000.

Even with a police report, his insurance isn't going to cover the cost of replacing anything.

Though we can put a price on the individual items, Cameron's guitar was his most prized possession and part of his creative identity. It was also a rare guitar which cannot be found at a local guitar store or online. This makes it even more difficult to replace.

The goal of this Benefit show is for Cameron to purchase a new guitar that is comparable to his last one.

Than you very much
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By: Opening Bell Coffee

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