MADISON (WKOW) -- Madison’s largest indoor music festival, The Charity Jamboree, benefits The Wisconsin Chapter of The National MS Society, The UW Carbone Cancer Center and The American Diabetes Association.
On Tuesday, Steve Schmieding, Teresa Marie and Bobby Gronna stopped by Wake Up Wisconsin to talk about the event event and to perform for our viewers.
Music Can Beat MS is a non-profit fundraising group started by Schmieding and his wife Jane to raise money for the treatment and research of Multiple Sclerosis. Jane was diagnosed with MS in 1985 and since then she and her husband Steve have been involved in fundraising and volunteering through the National MS Society in many events over the last 25 years.
Music Can Beat MS began organizing an annual live music fundraiser in 2009, which eventually expanded to The Charity Jamboree in 2012.
This years Charity Jamboree will be held, Saturday, March 5 at The High Noon Saloon, Brink Lounge & Night Club and The Brass Ring.
More than 30 acts will perform including, The People Brothers Band.
The People Brothers Band is a multi award winning 8-Piece Rhythm N Soul Band who make their home in Madison, WI. With their help from many great bands and fans in the Madison music scene, they have helped grow and organize the Charity Jamoboree to raise over $55,000 over the last 4 years.
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