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Local band to hold benefit concert to raise funds for Russia missions trip

FALLBROOK – Sorrow Underfoot, a Christian rock band originally from Fallbrook, is holding a benefit concert on June 5 at 6 p.m. at North Coast Church’s “Backyard,” located at 550 Industrial Way, Suite C.

The band hopes to raise the funds needed for their seventh mission trip to Russia (with Calvary Chapel Church Planting Missions), where they will be ministering to at-risk youth and orphans through concert outreaches.

Shannon Whitten, lead vocalist, said, “Russia is more of a second home than a foreign land to us now. We have all made lasting relationships with the fellow Christians, teens and orphans, despite being oceans apart.”

George Bryson, Director and Founder of Calvary Chapel Church Planting Missions, commented on the band’s efforts: “I couldn’t be happier to partner with the band. They have just given themselves to reach out to the Russian teens in general, and also to the children in the orphanages. Even though we haven’t known each other that long, we’re pretty tight now from spending a lot of time together.”

Bands slated to play at the concert include Tacky Little Hatshop, Josh Keas, Down to the Wire, Of Eyes and Wheels, and Sorrow Underfoot. Admission is five dollars at the door; all proceeds go directly to the band’s mission trip to Russia.

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