@Mayor - difficult to understand what it is that you're talking about, given that you clearly no nothing about Eddie, what he does, or how he gives to the community. Your 'lack of give a hoot' comment is laughable, because I've never met anyone more focused in my life! You need only read about the scholarship fund he set up after losing his younger brother a year ago, to know he is compassionate and astoundingly selfless in a world where today's music industry is only ever about the bottom line. Furthermore, musicians never retire.
The greater Charleston community benefits greatly through the various benefit concerts that Eddie puts together or participates in each year - including, Shriners International, The Charleston School of Law, Firefighters and Law Enforcement, the MUSC Burned Childrens' Fund, and local Shelters and Food Banks, just to name a few. Charleston should be proud to have Eddie give back so generously and selflessly to the community that he has called home for 30 years. 'Lack of give a hoot'? I think not!
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