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Fans, Friends Invited to Honor Levon Helm

Home studio in Woodstock will host a memorial on April 26th

Levon Helm performs with the Levon Helm Band.
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April 25, 2012 12:28 PM ET

Levon Helm Studios will host a memorial for the musician on April 26th. A post on Levon Helm's website invites fans and friends to honor him between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. at his Woodstock home/studio, where he hosted his Midnight Ramble house concerts.

Helm, best known as the co-founder, vocalist and drummer for The Band, passed away on April 19th in New York of throat cancer, an ailment he had battled since the late Nineties. He was 71.

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