Boston Band Crush Archived Article: Benefit Crush: Axemunkee at The Magic Room

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Axemunkee, the Boston-based rock instrumental outfit fronted by guitarist Catherine Capozzi, will headline “an eclectic psychedelic” performance on April 25 which will benefit MSPCA-Angell.

From the press release:

The performance, which is part of the Sound Museum’s 25th anniversary series, will be filmed for an upcoming documentary on women in rock.

Singer-songwriter Peter Moore, of Think Tree and Count Zero fame, will open the show with a solo set. Poet David Daniel, author of *Seven-Star Bird*, will also appear.

Capozzi chose MSPCA-Angell as the beneficiary after hearing that some people were having to give up their pets because of the bad economy. “As a pet owner and animal lover, it broke my heart when I heard that pets were not only being given upbut even being abandoned by their owners, left behind with no food or water,” she said. “So hopefully, a lot of people will turn out for the showas a way of helping these innocent animals.”

The show will take place in the Magic Room Gallery at the Sound Museum. Doors open at 8 p.m. and a $10 donation to MSPCA-Angell is requested.

The Sound Museum is located at 155 North Beacon St in Brighton.