David Wells (pictured) was known to many in Flint and Nashville as "Poncho." He had a promising career as a bass player, singer and song writer before his death in December of 2003 at age 42. Fellow musicians and fans will gather Sunday at the Montrose Pub for a musical tribute and fund raiser for the Hurley Burn Center. Organizers of the event "Ponchopalooza" and representatives from Hurley Medical Center will be on The Tom Sumner Program Tuesday July 31 at 6 p.m. The show also includes another "meet the candidates" opportunity with Republican State Representative Joe Graves, running for re-election in the August 7 primary just months after winning the 51st District seat in the Michigan House of Representatives in a special election.