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A SMASH BENEFIT CONCERT 

SONGS OF HOPE

Hailed as “one of Seattle’s best new concert traditions” by the Seattle Times, A SMASH Benefit is an incredibly special sell-out event held at the Moore Theatre every fall, raising money to help us provide free and low-cost healthcare to musicians. Every year we pair Seattle's legacy music artists with local up and comers to pay tribute to music icons. Past tributes include Neil Young, Sam Cooke, U2, Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, and more. Scroll down to learn more and watch past Songs of Hope SMASH Benefit concerts.

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STG PRESENTS

SONGS OF HOPE 

NOVEMBER 20, 2021 AT THE MOORE THEATRE

The 2021 SMASH benefit concert featured: Dave Matthews, Tomo Nakayama, Sera Cahoone, Stone Gossard, Ian Moore, Stephanie Anne Johnson, Brittany Davis, Stone Gossard, Shelby Earl, Naked Giants, Zan Fiskum, Alec Shaw, Eric Howk (Portugal. The Man), Julia Massey (Warren Dunes), Kim West & Ryan Devlin (Smokey Brights), Beverly Crusher, Jen Ayers, Debbie Miller, and house band Mike Musburger, Rebecca Young, Paul Hiraga, Tim DiJulio, Ric Penttila, Max Rose, and Jeff BrownChad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers) joined Duff McKagan and Shaina Shepherd as they revisited their 2020 Songs of Hope powerhouse pairing of their rendition of "A Change is Gonna Come"

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SONGS OF HOPE 

NOVEMBER 22, 2020 VIRTUAL CONCERT

WATCH SONGS OF HOPE 2020

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