Benefit Concert For Man Injuried In Attack September 18

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Mick Hargreaves

On July 31 2011, Mick Hargreaves was brutally attacked after the July 30th debut of his band Mick Hargreaves & The King Guys. He is currently recuperating from severe head injuries.  The medical attention needed to recover from the attack has been extremely costly and Hargreaves does not have medical insurance.  His friends are holding benefit concerts to help with his medical expenses.

A benefit concert is taking place on Long Island
Sunday, September 18, 3:00 pm at the Greenlawn Moose Lodge
631 Pulaski Road in Greenlawn

Cost is $20

It is sure to be a memorable evening as a whole host of musicians perform their hearts out for a friend.

Man who attacked Hargreaves



An arrest was made on the same day as the attack.   Jalaluddin Khojandi, 25, was apprehended that afternoon in Huntington Station and charged with felony assault.  The attack took place in Bayport outside of the Grey Horse Tavern.  The injuries to Hargreaves were two very large lacerations in his head, which have been stapled shut, and two fractures of his skull, one around the right ear and one around the back of his head.

Hargreaves played at the Avalon Bay Victory party in Huntington Station with his band, the Los Blaggards.

Some of the performers:

Butcher’s Blind, Buddy Woodward & Brandi Hart of the Dixie Bee-Liners, The Hangdogs
The Last Hombres Reunion, Los Blaggards

A very special ” Best Of NYRMA” set by The NYRMA All-Stars featuring performances by Annie Mark, Chris James, Russ Seeger, Claudia Jacob, Rich Wisneski, Terry Day, Eric Crugnale, Pete Crugnale, Jeff McClary, Mike Drance, Bobby Barca, Jenna Silverman, Dave Wise, Tom Ryan, Mike Bifulco, Steve Prisco, Howie Silverman, Rich Umbach, Ben Silverman and more TBA.

The evening will be hosted by radio personality Joe Rock – a musician himself who is expected to perform.

There is another concert scheduled for Fri 9/16 7pm in Amagansett.


Grey Horse Tavern


Hargreaves Band

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