by Nathan Pilling, Public Relations Writer
Lindenbrook, a band started by Cedarville University student Eddie Liggitt, will be playing a benefit show for Grace Refuge Outreach Worldwide (GROW) ministries alongside the band The Icarus Account. The show is open to the public and begins at 8 p.m. on Monday, October 14 in Alford Auditorium. The entrance fee is $5.
At the show, Liggitt will be playing some of the music from his new EP, “Fat Elvis.” “It’s a fun, whimsical album filled with songs about the good and bad times in life,” he said. “It all ends with the song ‘Fat Elvis’ which is a fun story I wrote about a couple getting married in Vegas on the run by an Elvis impersonator.”
Liggitt looks forward to the opportunity play with the brother duo who make up The Icarus Account. “I've loved The Icarus Account for quite some time and I've always used their music and their message as a good model for my own,” he said. “They are two amazing Christian guys who make great music and haven't compromised their faith. I couldn't be more excited about the opportunity."
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