Sharing hope through music

Signal 99 belt out an alternate version of 'Candy' entitled 'Lollipop' to close out their set, at the Durango Hope Through Music Festival.
Chuck Haven, lead singer of Signal 99, from Farmington sings on of their original songs during the 2nd annual Hope Through Music Festival.
All the way from Tuba City, AZ – the punk band, The Blissins made an appearance at this years Hope through music festival.
Robert L. Ortiz | The Southern Ute Drum
Robert L. Ortiz | The Southern Ute Drum
Robert L. Ortiz | The Southern Ute Drum

Farmington’s own – Signal 99, among others shared the stage in Durango’s Buckley Park during the second annual Durango Hope Through Music Festival Saturday, July 10. The event was organized by Culture Shock Original. The day’s event also boasted musical acts, Skull Theory, Incide, The Blissins, Little Wilderness, The Council and Rhia to name a few.

Signal 99 will be hosting a memorial show for former Signal 99 bassist Hank Haven, who passed away last year. He is the brother of Chuck Haven, lead singer for Signal 99. The memorial show will be Saturday, July 25 in Shiprock. Signal 99 is the founder of the movement to bring awareness to those suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, Hank suffered from MS.

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