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Boston Globe: Hot Stove Cool Music sounds the right tone

BOSTON - August 16, 2012 - Hall of Fame baseball writer Peter Gammons and Letters to Cleo frontwoman Kay Hanley hosted the Hot Stove Cool Music VIP bash before Bruce Springsteen's first show at Fenway, and a few of the beneficiaries of the funds raised by the party were in the house. Those included kids helped by Building Educated Leaders for Life (BELL), which works with low-income young people.


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