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Tribute concert on Jan. 27 will honor the 'Music Bum'
By Times Staff Writer
Published December 27, 2007
A tribute to Mark Lokan, the original "Music Bum," will be at 1 p.m. Jan. 27 at the Horse & Crown Pub, 5230 Commercial Way, Spring Hill.
Several bands have already signed up to perform during the concert fundraiser, including Prospect, Recoil, Bullwinkle, Sunspot and Nothing in the Dark.
Lokan, 49, died Nov. 23. The tribute will benefit his wife, Wendy, and their family. Lokan was a guitar player and lead singer for the bands Dog Leg Left and Soupstone. He also was the original owner of the Music Bum store in Spring Hill and organized the Bumfest annual benefit for local bands.
The tribute also will feature food and raffles. For information or to donate, contact Dave Kelly at 584-3607.