Hot Stove Cool Music and good times with Peter Gammons



Hall of Fame baseball writer Peter Gammons (center) and Letters to Cleo frontwoman Kay Hanley hosted the Hot Stove Cool Music VIP bash before Bruce Springsteen’s first show at Fenway, and a few of the beneficiaries of the funds raised by the party were in the house. Those included kids helped by Building Educated Leaders for Life (BELL), which works with low-income young people.

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