June 6, 2014 2:16 pm
Updated: June 6, 2014 2:26 pm

Local band playing hometown show and giving back to community


WINNIPEG – After touring across the country over the last year and a half, The Treble is back home for a charity concert in support of Siloam Mission.

The band, made up of lead singer Mark Brusegard, keyboardist Colin McTavish, drummer Dana Jerlo, guitarist Graeme Woods and bassist Pat Hansen, has been playing together for three years and from the beginning, have made a point to give back to the community.

In the past, the band has played 24 shows in 24 hours with all the proceeds going to Winnipeg Harvest. This year, on June 18th, the group will be part of “Singing for Siloam”, a charity fundraiser to raise money for homeless shelter.

Prior to the concert, The Treble is headlining a show at the Park Theatre Cafe on Osborne Street on June 12. Tickets can be purchased online for $10.

The Treble joined Global Winnipeg’s Morning News on June 6th for a live performance and interview about what they have been doing over the last few months.

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