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Virtual Vineyard – Sunday Funday Brunch & Livestream

April 19, 12 PM

Hey folks – Virtual Vineyard Livestream is now a weekly event!! Don’t let social distancing get in the way of Sunday Funday. Grab your coffee or mimosa, and join me every Sunday at noon for a Virtual Vineyard livestream, right in time for brunch at noon. I’ll play an hour or so of requests and favorites – let me know what you’d like to hear! Tips are welcome. 

Here’s the links: Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/riversidemusic
Venmo: [email protected] 

Like you, I’m outraged by the lack of PPE and ventilators available to doctors, nurses, and hospitals. So I’ll be donating 25% of each show’s proceeds to the CDC Foundation Coronavirus page. Here’s the website: (https://www.cdcfoundation.org/coronavirus) I’ve acquired some livestreaming gear, so sound quality should be GREATLY improved from my first show. Leave your requests in the comments, and please share this event to all your friends. The more, the merrier, of course. 

See you this Sunday!

LINK TO THE SHOW

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