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Playing through pain


Jason Ray always wanted to play at the Cat's Cradle. Although Ray, who died last month, was unable to fulfill that goal, his bandmates and friends have organized a concert at the venue to honor his memory. Four groups, including Ray's band, Nine P.M. Traffic, will perform beginning at 8 p.m. today to raise money for the Jason Kendall Ray Memorial Fund. "We want to keep playing music," said senior Chad Hines, the drummer for Nine P.M. Traffic. "He would want us to keep playing music." (Daily Tar Heel)


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