CASS COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - A 12-year-old who has been playing music for half his life will be using his talent to give back to his community.
Brandt Carmichael from Royal Center will be putting on a benefit concert for a homeless shelter in Logansport
The benefit concert, "A Little Help For My Friends" will take place Saturday at 6 p.m. at the McHale Center.
All proceeds from the concert will benefit the Emmaus Center homeless shelter in Logansport.
The concert will feature Carmichael's band, WrongWay, along with Harvesting Murphy and Shiny Penny.
Carmichael said his goal is to sell out the McHale Center and raise the Emmaus Center $8,000.
“They feed well over 1,000 people a month, it's going to be a cold winter they say. People have to eat. They are just an awesome organization,” said Carmichael.
Tickets to the concert are ten dollars.
Tickets are available at the McHale Center box office or the day of the show.
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