Normal operations might have resumed at Nazareth Deli & Restaurant following a brutal, early February attack by a machete-wielding man, but the recovery period will be far longer for the four bystanders injured in the fracas, including local guitarist William Foley, who was booked to play a set at the Middle Eastern restaurant that evening.

Normal operations might have resumed at Nazareth Deli & Restaurant following a brutal, early February attack by a machete-wielding man, but the recovery period will be far longer for the four bystanders injured in the fracas, including local guitarist William Foley, who was booked to play a set at the Middle Eastern restaurant that evening.

To ease the financial burden for those injured, local musicians have organized a benefit concert that is set to take place at Ace of Cups on Friday, Feb. 19, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to the victims of the attack. Performers include electro-pop duo Damn the Witch Siren, which is adept at crafting glittering, escapist worlds, bluesy, indie-rock trio Betsy Ross, perpetually buzzed rock 'n' roll wildcards Cadaver Dogs and Counterfeit Madison, the nom de rock of one-woman wrecking crew Sharon Udoh, who's just as likely to turn up solo as backed by a sprawling nine-piece support band.