Members of the Bluesday Night Band perform during a benefit held for longtime local resident John Chaytor at Wells Gray Inn on Saturday evening, April 21. Normally Chaytor, who is seriously ill, would be playing slide guitar with the band. Picture are (l-r) Doug Fenwick, Bob MacKenzie, Jack Keough, Patrick Roach (drummer), Joe Vignea, Linda MacKenzie, and Barb Hall (partially hidden by the microphone). The event raised $12,750, according to one of the organizers. Photo by Keith McNeill

PHOTO: Helping one of their own

Musicians hold benefit to assist John Chaytor

By Keith McNeill

Musicians hold benefit to assist John Chaytor

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