It’s a hard life sometimes, even for music vanguards. Detroit-born NYC house icon Colonel Abrams is currently homeless and struggling with illness, and he’s put out a call for financial support from fans and kind souls everywhere.”If the Colonel was healthier today, trust and believe he could still be making money on stage performing his greatest hits, but unfortunately his current health issues hinders him from doing so,” a statement reads. “Any amount that you can contribute will be greatly appreciated in helping out our brother in need.”
Marshall Jefferson endorsed the initiative in an open call posted to his Facebook page, asking his fans to stop donating to his upcoming Sleezy D LP and help out the Colonel instead. If you agree that “Music Is The Answer,” head to the GoFundMe page and show some love.