What: March of Buffalo plays for Seth Chapman
When: Thursday, July 14, at 8 p.m.
Where: Vintage Wine Bar and Restaurant, 1790 Market St, Redding, CA 96001
Seth Chapman, a talented Redding athlete and musician, suffered a brain aneurysm Saturday evening. The 28-year-old, who works as a waiter at Kobe Steakhouse in Redding, was rushed to UCSF Medical Center for an operation to remove a blood clot.
The band March of Buffalo will be dedicating all proceeds, tips and donations from its show Thursday, July 14, to Seth and his family to ease the burden of this traumatic event.
In addition to being a talented soccer player and snowboarder, Seth is a musician and songwriter, most recently with his band Animal Knives here in Redding. He is also very much into making videos.
A video Seth made for his song “The Sea and I” from an earlier Animal Knives incarnation called The Sensualists:
“The Sea and I”
Seth’s parents are Rob and Shari Chapman of Redding; brother Chris of Redding; sisters Sarah Lemon and Rebekah Gray of Redding. Monday night, Seth’s sister Bekah said that his surgery went well and was successful. They were waiting for him to come out of sedation and get to feel him squeeze their hands or make contact.
The band invites you to come and show your support for our friend and yours.
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