On Saturday, November 14th, the 3256 Foundation is presenting a benefit concert at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC), headlined by Edwin McCain. “This is the 8th show with Edwin McCain and the second show at the WHBPAC,” shared Paul Finnican. “Hands down the WHBPAC is one of the nicest rooms to hear a concert.”
The intimate evening will showcase the musical talents of McCain, who may best be known for his hit “I’ll Be,” which garnered over a million votes from “Dr. Phil” viewers to earn the title of best wedding song ever written, and is also considered one of the “Greatest Love Songs of All Time,” by VH1. More recently, McCain (and his music) can be seen (and heard) on “Flipping Ships,” an Animal Planet series that follows the musician as he restores and gives new life to abandoned, ramshackle boats.
With McCain’s harmonies and the cozy WHBPAC background, it’s bound to be an unforgettable show. “Every seat in the house is awesome, the staff is super friendly and accommodating and the businesses in town will make everybody want to come early and shop,” noted Finnican. “It’s all good and Edwin McCain will lift the roof off with his voice.”
Founded in 2012, the non-profit charitable organization is dedicated to the memory of Sgt. Michael S. Curtin and those who courageously lost their lives assisting others on 9/11. 3256 was the NYPD badge number worn by Michael S. Curtin. The 3256 Foundation is committed to supporting both local and regional charities, as well as deserving families and individuals.
“All proceeds go to the 3256 Foundation,” said Finnican, “everybody wins, the best Saturday night you could ask for!”
Tickets are $38 to $58. The concert begins at 7 p.m.
Westhampton Beach Performaing Arts Center is located at 76 Main Street in Westhampton Beach. For more information on the 3256 Foundation, visit www.3256foundation.org. For tickets to the benefit concerts, call 631-288-1500 or visit www.whbpac.org.