Hot Stove Cool Music Celebrates 15 Years
The beloved benefit concert returns this weekend to the Paradise Rock Club.
Baseball and music team up in Hot Stove Cool Music, a beloved benefit concert series celebrating its 15th anniversary this month.
The annual concert began in 2000, founded by Baseball Hall of Fame journalist Peter Gammons and former Boston Herald sportswriter Jeff Horrigan. They later teamed up with Foundation to Be Named Later, an organization started by former Red Sox general manager Theo Epstein and his twin brother Paul—a social worker in the Brookline public school system. FTBNL raises funds for nonprofits serving urban youth and families.
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