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Home for Little Wanderers center welcomes celebrities

Posted by Patrick Rosso  December 14, 2011 03:14 PM

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Paul Epstein, Bill Janovitz, Robin Lane, and Peter Gammons singing with "Songbird Sings".

A Dorchester program of The Home for Little Wanderers played host to some celebrities on Tuesday.

Legendary baseball journalist Peter Gammons, Buffalo Tom frontman Bill Janovitz, and singer/songwriter Robin Lane visited the students in the Young Adult Resource Network and announced line-up additions to the upcoming Hot Stove Cool Music benefit concert, set for Jan. 14 at the Paradise Rock Club.

The concert raises money to benefit the Foundation To Be Named Later, which serves disadvantaged children and families.

Among all the excitement, Gammons, Lane, and Janovitz had enough time to take part in a musical performance with “Songbird Sings”, a program funded by the foundation that works with the Young Adult Resource Network.

For more information on the Foundation To Be Named Later or on the concert, visit their website.

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