Lineup set for 2014 ‘Hot Stove, Cool Music’ Benefit

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The annual “Hot Stove, Cool Music” benefit concert, one of Boston’s favorite events, will for its 14th edition in 2014. Fusing the city’s love of baseball and music, the event will take place at the Paradise Rock Club for Saturday, January 10.

The Baseball Project, a supergroup composed of Peter Buck, Mike Mills Scott McCaughey, Steve Wynn and Linda Pitmon, will fittingly headline the show in their Hot Stove debut. Also scheduled to perform are Howie Day, Joan Osborne and Steve Gorman, as well as local standouts Kingsley Flood. Of course, the show will also feature the Hot Stove All-Stars, comprised of event organizers Peter Gammons and Theo Epstein with Paul Barrere of Little Feat, Bill Janovitz of Buffalo Tom, Kay Hanley of Letters to Cleo, Tanya Donelly and more. Actor and comedian Mike O’Malley will resume his role as emcee. Tickets for the show are available through the Hot Stove, Cool Music website for $40. All proceeds will benefit the Foundation to Be Named Later.

The Hot Stove, Cool Music benefit concert will be preceded by the Hot Stove Cool Music Sports Roundtable at the Revere Hotel on Friday, January 9. Moderated by Gammons, the conversation will feature Epstein and other key executives.

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