Tahoe Supports Tahoe to livestream 2nd concert to benefit local families

Lake Tahoe musicians are coming together again to raise money for local families in crisis because of the COVID-19 pandemic and government shutdown.

In the second live stream concert hosted by Tahoe Supports Tahoe, more than a half-dozen musicians will perform from 7-9 p.m. Wednesday, May 6, on the Tahoe Supports Tahoe Facebook page as well as at Temple Bat Yam’s website.  

Performers include Jessi Dunn and Jenni Charles of Dead Winter Carpenters; singer-songwriters Darren Senn and Lou Klingelhoffer; Eric Smith, recording artist at Edgetone Records, with his wife Celia Dubose; Fabian Plazola, singer and songwriter from Ameca, Mexico and DJ Sergio, who will lead a Latin dance party.

All contributions are tax deductible and go to Tahoe Magic, which has provided emergency help to local families for 27 years. The first concert raised $15,000.

Tahoe Magic has already dispersed more than $100,000 since early March, twice as much as it usually disperses in an entire year.

“Our musicians, who have themselves been hit very hard by the COVID-19 shutdown, are generously performing to help the community,” said a press release. “Show your own generosity by tuning in and contributing as well.”

For more information, visit and its COVID-response page or contact Ed Andrews at

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