- We're guessing if you don't have tickets to the Rock Hall's benefit concert already, Fefe Dobson's appearance ain't gonna make much difference
Two more names were recently added to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum's 8th annual It's Only Rock and Roll Spring Benefit on May 15: Richie Furay and Fefe Dobson.
Yeah, we're excited too.
Furay (an original member of Buffalo Springfield but not Neil Young or Stephen Stills) and Dobson (a buzz artist several years back who never hit the big time) join the Hollies' Terry Sylvester (he led the group after its '60s heyday), Grand Funk's Mark Farner, Gene Chandler (the "Duke of Earl" guy), MC Hammer (hammer time!), Sheila E, and Tommy James & the Shondells.
The 8 p.m. concert at Public Hall is a benefit for the Rock Hall's educational activities.
Balcony tickets are $15 and available at Ticketmaster and the Rock Hall's box office.
There's also a super-fancy VIP package for sale that includes floor seats to the show, dinner, and a chance to bid on auction items like Cavs tickets, U2 concert tickets, and trip to Germany. —Michael Gallucci (follow me on Twitter @mgallucci)