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Tommy Stinson to hold fundraisers for Hudson LL

Soul Asylum, from left, Tommy Stinson, Dave Pirner and Dan Murphy perform in October 2005.
April 17, 2018 05:57 pm

HUDSON — Hudson resident Tommy Stinson, best known for his work with The Replacements, Guns N’ Roses and Bash & Pop, has organized Safe At Home — A Benefit For Hudson Little League.

The two events will include live music from a plethora of national and regional musicians with all proceeds raised going to the Hudson Little League Association.

The first event will be held at Hudson Brewing Company, located at 99 South 3rd Street, on Saturday, May 5 at noon.

The line-up includes Cowboys In the Campfire (Stinson & Chip Roberts), Elvis Perkins, Brian Dewan, Chops and Sauerkraut, Magic Stones, Rebecca Borrer and special guests. Patrons must be 21 and older unless accompanied by an adult.

The suggested minimum donation at the door is $15. For more information call 518-610-4091 or visit

The second event will be held at Club Helsinki (405 Columbia Street) on Saturday, May 12 at 5 p.m.

The line-up includes Alejandro Escovedo, Elvis Perkins, Bash & Pop, Jesse Malin, and special guests. There will also be a silent auction with local wares, art and music memorabilia.

Patrons must be 21 and older unless accompanied by an adult. The suggested minimum donation is $25 for general admission and $35 for reserved seating and can be made in advance to secure entrance via Ticketfly.

For more information call 518-828-4800 or visit

“With the 2018 season upon us, we hope to raise $20,000, with approximately $10,000 of those funds being directed to the purchase of a new Zero Turn mower and push mower for field maintenance,” Hudson Little League president Mike Pizza said. “The remainder of the funds raised will be used to pay bills such as electricity — our field being the only one in Columbia County with lights —, umpires, baseballs ($70 per dozen) and bats, plus the ability to stock our concession stand.

“Our 11 volunteer board members are extremely active within the league and often use out-of-pocket money to help meet expenses,” he added. “The Hudson Little League is completely not-for-profit, so we rely solely on public support to maintain our program.”