Concert, auction to benefit charity House

With every shredding guitar lick, pounding bass line and sing-along song at the annual Guitarworks charity concert, area music fans will be doing more than just rocking out.

They will help raise money for families whose children are dealing with life-threatening health problems.

Guitarworks will stage a daylong concert Sunday, with a goal to raise $10,000 to help sponsor a room for an entire year at the Ronald McDonald House of Indianapolis. Headliners Neil Zaza, The Why Store and Henry Lee Summer will anchor the show, which also will feature some of Johnson County’s best young musicians participating in Guitarworks’ Band Builders program.

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