Eugene Snowden to take the stage at Will's Pub for a livestream '10 Pints of Truth' this Wednesday

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PHOTO COURTESY EUGENE SNOWDEN/FACEBOOK
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You can't keep a good showman down, and Eugene Snowden has been one of Orlando's best for many years. Last seen closing the festivities during Andy Matchett's No Days Off virtual telethon in March, Snowden is returning to digital screens this week for a livestream version of his long-running 10 Pints of Truth musical residency live from Will's Pub.

Snowden returns to the Will's Pub stage with Chuck Crawley this Wednesday night, April 22, at 9 p.m. playing songs and telling stories to an empty room  but hopefully online multitudes. Will's Pub owner Will Walker has also threatened to take the stage and spin a few yarns of his own.

Follow the Facebook event page for more details, and this will stream Live on the Will's Pub Facebook. This has the potential to be a truly unforgettable evening.




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