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Voices & Vibes: Local entertainers raise money for promoter's kidney transplant

AUGUSTA -- Local artists, DJs and music lovers gathered at the Sound Check Sundays event at Alter Egoz to raise money for Terrence "Big T" Washington.

Washington, the owner of Lavish Life Entertainment, suffered from a series of strokes and is in need of a kidney transplant.

After he's had such an impact on the entertainment industry in Augusta, many took action to assist him during his time of need.

Washington was very appreciative of the event and glad to see the local music scene unite for a good cause.

The organizers for this special event chose to remain anonymous, but said they organized the occasion, "Because it's not about the shine, it's about the grind."

During times of need, the Augusta music scene will unite to save one of its own.


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