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  • Benefit for Will Moore

  • Saturday, March 16 — Roscoe's BBQ supported live music throughout the years that the restaurant and live blue and rock venue was in operation. The Karen Lovely Band, Broadway Phil and the Shouters, The Rogue Suspects, The Ashland Blues Society, The Rhythm Kings and many others performed regularly at the nightclub — a venue that also touted some of the best barbecue in the Rogue Valley.
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  • Roscoe's BBQ supported live music throughout the years it was in operation. The Karen Lovely Band, Broadway Phil and the Shouters, The Rogue Suspects, The Ashland Blues Society, The Rhythm Kings and many others performed regularly at the nightclub — a venue that also touted some of the best barbecue in the Rogue Valley.
    Now, owner Will Moore needs the music community's support. Moore is fighting Stevens Jounston Syndrome, a painful and life-threatening skin disorder. Medical bills are piling up and Moore has no health insurance.
    There will be a sale to benefit Moore from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 16, at Roscoe's BBQ, 117 S. Main St., Phoenix. Look for household goods, tables, chairs, posters, paintings and other items.
    Quality items may be donated at 8:30 p.m. Monetary donations may made via Paypal at roscoesbbq@yahoo.com, and checks or money orders may be mailed to P.O. Box 721, Phoenix, OR, 97535.
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