An Acoustic Evening in Honor of Clayton Stief

in honor of clay jan 18 socaOn Friday January 18th, Station One Center for the Arts is hosting a benefit concert in honor of Clayton Stief (RIP). Clay was a popular figure of the Lancaster, PA music scene. He played drums in numerous bands over the years & touched countless lives with his upbeat, outgoing personality. Tragically Clayton passed away in December 2018 due to a fatal drug overdose. This is an all too common problem that we hope to raise awareness of.

AN ACOUSTIC EVENING IN HONOR OF CLAYTON STIEF @ SOCA on FRI JAN 18TH – 6:30-10pm will feature some of the many bands that Clayton Stief performed drums:

Tony DiCarluccio of Main Street Sweep
Matt Stoltzfus of Fair Wages
Thomas Johnson of The Mary Remarks & Talk AllianceBenjamin Oaks of Greyyy
Cameron Ellis Lamberson of Murder Nerds 
Emily Ann Siegrist of What’s Her Face
Apes of the State
Mary Wander

Christine Peace will be hosting this event & all proceeds will benefit Lancaster Harm Reduction.

“MISSION: To provide non-judgmental services including syringe exchange, basic healthcare, education, and counseling to the most vulnerable and hard-to-reach populations of Lancaster County – the homeless, the uninsured, the injection drug users, and sex workers. To offer safety measures for those who are at high risk for contracting HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and other blood-borne diseases. Also, to protect the public from the spread of diseases. Through referrals to other health care services, to help those seeking assistance to return to their homes and work places.” –Melinda Zipp

Station One Center for the Arts – 411 W. King ST, Lancaster, PA