Around the Tiers and the Mick Hayes Band

By Conor Mooney

September 25, 2013 Updated Sep 25, 2013 at 6:21 PM EDT

(WBNG Binghamton) A well known band is playing for a good cause at Genegantslet Golf Course this weekend. Shelly Howell and Patty Washburn came by to tell us more.

It kicks off at 7 p.m. on Sept. 28.

The following is a statement about the event:

"The Mud Hens will be opening for The Mick Hayes Band, $15 a ticket, proceeds to be donated to The Susan G. Komen Foundation.

Between 2004 - 2006 Mick spent a lot of time traveling between Nashville, LA and Atlanta.

During his travels Mick performed in front of audiences numbering tens of thousands at events such as NY State Blues Festival, and venues like Atlanta Hard Rock Cafe in Georgia and The Indian Ranch in Webster, MA.

He's opened for bands such as the Doobie Brothers, Peter Frampton, Bickie Betts, Los Lonely Boys, Dave Mason, Robin Trower, Cheap Trick, Duke Robillard and many more. Mick has shared the stage alongside some of the industries' finest including: Stevie Wonder, Gary Malibaer, Michael Burkes, Tony Gala, Smokin Joe Kubek, Joe Bonamassa, Will McFarlane and several more talented musicians.

In 2011 Mick came back to his roots and had the honor of being named to the Buffalo Music Hall of Achievement as a solo artist, as well as receiving accommodation for the work he has done with his band.

This prestigious award was added to the many others that are now part of an extensive list of career accomplishments that he has obtained over a short period of time."

All proceeds to towards supporting breast cancer awareness.