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One Single Wish: A Benefit Concert for Crohn’s Disease with Christopher Costabile & Friends 

When: Thu., Dec. 13, 8 p.m. 2012
Clearwater native artist and musician Christopher Costabile (The Human Echo, River Guard) has been fighting the effects of Crohn’s Disease since he was diagnosed with the incurable auto-immune disorder at 18, and has endured three surgeries and a near-death intestine rupture because of it. His experiences prompted a commitment to helping other Crohn’s sufferers, so he gathered some of his Tampa Bay area music-making friends – Beardsley’s Brian Berry, Andrew Craven and Jason Kushner, Jaclyn Hicks (Ironwood), Mark Harman, Alissa Martinez, and Justin Vilardi (Paint the Town Red) – to write, record, and produce One Single Wish. The Christmas album features 12 new, original, bell-ringing and choral-singing holiday-themed tracks, with all proceeds from album sales and admission to this benefit concert donated to the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA). The $10 cover gets you a free download of the album … but if perchance you can’t make it, download and donate at
— Leilani Polk


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