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Matt Tarka Live Webshow

April 2, 3 PM

In case you haven’t heard, there are lots of musicians streaming shows online. Like EVERYONE!

We’re living through some weird and scary times, and musical notes sound more meaningful than ever before.

That said, I’m going to go live for about 30-40 minutes this Thursday, April 2nd at 3:00 PM EST on Facebook. So stop in if you’d like! https://www.facebook.com/MattTarkaMusic/

The show will support the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Will be encouraging people to donate to suicidepreventionlifeline.org/donate. This isolating situation that we’re in right now can be really taxing on those who suffer from mental illness.

If you want to send any bread my way, go to paypal.me/matttarka and 50 percent of what goes there will be sent directly to NSPL.

Thanks All! Stay well & safe.

MT


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