Benefit show – Slimming Pills Review http://slimmingpillsreview.com/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 17:39:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-120x120.png Benefit show – Slimming Pills Review http://slimmingpillsreview.com/ 32 32 Fisherman’s Friends Benefit Show | Falmouth Pack https://slimmingpillsreview.com/fishermans-friends-benefit-show-falmouth-pack/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/fishermans-friends-benefit-show-falmouth-pack/ Fisher Friends are hosting a special concert in aid of the local children’s charity which has provided tremendous support to one of their most dedicated young fans and his family during a heartbreaking time. The beloved band are holding a matinee performance at the Hall for Cornwall in Truro on Saturday November 5, after their […]]]>

Fisher Friends are hosting a special concert in aid of the local children’s charity which has provided tremendous support to one of their most dedicated young fans and his family during a heartbreaking time.

The beloved band are holding a matinee performance at the Hall for Cornwall in Truro on Saturday November 5, after their tradition of charity fundraising in Port Isaac was wiped out by their own popularity.

All proceeds from the show will be donated to the Children’s Hospice South West’s Little Harbor in St Austell where Seth Dickenson, his parents and brothers, gratefully received expert care, advice and support during the final months of his short life. life.

Falmouth Packet: Fisherman's Friends will play a special matinee on SaturdayAngler’s Friends Play a Special Saturday Matinee (Picture: supplied)

Fisherman’s Friends didn’t hesitate when family friends invited them to the hospice to sing him Seth’s favorite slum songs just months before his death in May 2021, aged just seven . Their visit in December 2020 – standing in the cold outside Seth’s bedroom in the garden to comply with Covid regulations – also comforted Seth’s mother Sam, father James and elder sibling Isaac , now 17, Arthur, 15, and Rufus, 12.

When the terminally ill baby boy was transferred to the incredible care of Little Harbour, the Fisherman’s Friends track No Hopers, Jokers and Rogues had become something of a family anthem. Sam said: “That’s when the lyrics to this song – ‘It could be a ladder to the stars, who knows?’ – began to resonate strongly with us We were on this journey, but we didn’t know where it was going.

“The Fisherman’s Friends came over and sang some of Seth’s favorite songs. At that time, he couldn’t move and had a feeding tube, but he was still trying to sing. It was one of those incredible moments that we will always remember.

Before that it was almost like his spirit was broken and he had had enough but then he came back to us…he spoke, he got his swallow back, he came home and lived several more months,” added Sam.

Falmouth Packet: Seth Dickenson wears his Fisherman's Friends t-shirt a week after the band's visit to Little Harbor in December 2020Seth Dickenson wears his Fisherman’s Friends t-shirt a week after the band’s visit to Little Harbor in December 2020 (Picture: provided)

The band’s deeply moving encounter with Seth and the Dickensons, who live in St Austell, inspired them to press ahead with plans to return to their big-hearted roots and stage a charity show as part of their current tour. United Kingdom. The family was invited to come as guests.

Eleanor Baxter of Children’s Hospice South West said: ‘This concert is going to be such a heartfelt and beautiful way to support our Little Harbor hospice, and to remember Seth and all that the Fisherman’s Friends performance meant to him and his family. family. Events like these really highlight how special it is to work for such an amazing place and what wonderful things can be done to raise funds.

Raising money for good causes is in the blood of Cornwall’s favorite slum band whose performances in their North Cornwall home village have always been as much about raising money for charity as raising their voices singing together in a backdrop of glorious port on Friday nights in spring and summer.

Thousands of pounds have been raised for a wide variety of local organizations over the years at these informal free gigs, but the continued success of The Fisherman’s Friends coupled with the impact of Covid-19, has forced the guys to put an end to their regular shows. on The Platt, ending a long history of bailing out charity coffers since the 1990s.

Crowds gathering to watch the band of old pals give warm renditions of their favorite traditional work songs, interspersed with plenty of friendly banter, began to swell after bursting onto the national music scene with their debut Top Ten album. in 2010 and their appearance at Glastonbury the year after.

Over 2,000 people started showing up each week in season, filling the collection boxes nicely. But when the first Fisherman’s Friends film became a box office success upon release in the spring of 2019, the numbers started to get out of hand, posing a growing challenge in terms of logistics, health and safety.

To perform in this lovely but uncomfortable outdoor location, the guys found themselves having to get permission from the harbor master, watch out for high tides, find extra parking in the fields above the village and provide stewards and first aiders.

But the biggest hurdle was the “colossal” cost of insurance premiums, which drastically reduced the amount that could go to charity.

Jon Cleave of the band said: “We started by collecting for causes like the town hall and the school. Then we got a little better organized and each week we allocated to a different charity. We provided the vocals and they were able to come and do a collection.

This worked very well for a few years and thousands of pounds were raised for many Cornish charities. As we were too busy on the Platt, it leaves a bit of a hole in what we were doing before.

Hosting this special Hall for Cornwall gig – the afternoon of an evening show at the venue which sold out in 24 hours – provided the perfect opportunity and it’s something the down-to-earth band would like to turn into a major annual fundraiser for good causes in the country they love.

“It’s nice to touch our roots again by doing this show for the hospice. If we can do something like this once a year supporting different Cornish charities that would be great,” Jon said. “We’re just ordinary working people singing songs that ordinary people have sung for generations and we love trying to support our local community.”

The success of their own concerts and recordings has been bolstered in recent times by the success of the film and its 2022 sequel Fisherman’s Friends: One and All, as well as the stage production Fisherman’s Friends: The Musical, currently touring UK theaters , but the members of the group continue their daily work in Port Isaac and Padstow.

Lobster fisherman, singer and accordionist Jason Nicholas said: “We never seem to be out of the spotlight these days and it would be great if a local charity like Little Harbor – and others in the future – enjoy.

“We’ve seen Seth’s family at our gigs since the little boy died and they told us they were absolutely delighted we were going to sing for him at the hospice. They said it had made a huge difference in the last stages of his life and that it was also something that touched us all very much.

• The Fisherman’s Friends matinee performance at Cornwall Hall on Saturday, November 5 is sold out. Check the ticket office for last minute returns on 01872 262466.

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NUR-D PERFORMS BENEFIT SHOW OCT. 28 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/nur-d-performs-benefit-show-oct-28/ Wed, 12 Oct 2022 18:17:00 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/nur-d-performs-benefit-show-oct-28/ By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Catch a Nur-D show and support local radio on Friday, October 28, 5-9 p.m., at Urban Growler Brewing (2325 Endicott St.).“I love Nur-D’s energy and stage presence!” said WFUNA co-founder Katey DeCelle. “WFNU has been playing Nur-D’s music since the release of his debut album, but I hadn’t seen him perform […]]]>

By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN

Catch a Nur-D show and support local radio on Friday, October 28, 5-9 p.m., at Urban Growler Brewing (2325 Endicott St.).
“I love Nur-D’s energy and stage presence!” said WFUNA co-founder Katey DeCelle. “WFNU has been playing Nur-D’s music since the release of his debut album, but I hadn’t seen him perform live until recently. At the Central Honors Philando event this summer, Nur-D performed and I was blown away. Not only is he an incredibly talented performer, but he got the crowd moving and added even more positive energy to the event. I knew I wanted him to play our fundraiser as soon as I saw him play!
Expect dancing and lots of energy. “You’re not going to see me hiding anything from you, and I’m playing like it’s my last day on the planet,” Nur-D said. “Lights, colors, sounds – at every show, the plan is to try and wow you. My team, my band and I do everything in our power to ensure that everyone who attends a Nur -D have a safe space to be themselves. Dance, sing, cry, laugh, shout – you don’t have to worry about looking cool or doing the right thing. what you should be is yourself.
Shimmer will host the Halloween costume party which will include a costume contest, vendors, food truck, DJs and more. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Children enter for free. The show benefits two local radio stations, WFNU 94.1 which serves the Frogtown area and KRSM 98.9 which serves south Minneapolis.

LOCAL RADIO STATIONS DISCOVER NEW MUSIC
Nur-D enjoys local radio stations like WFNU and KRSM, which were among the first to air his music.
“Local radio is what breaks the following. It’s the first step into the world of wild music,” Nur-D said. “It’s the first interaction that many young artists have with music as a commercial enterprise, which is extremely valuable. Local radio allows a newcomer to a region to take its pulse, to feel what it is, to hear how it speaks. As an artist, this can help you find like-minded creators in your area and allow you to inspire those around you.
DeCelle added, “Local radio excites me because it shines a light on the art and leaders of our community that mainstream media sometimes lacks. We provide free broadcasting and journalism training for community members, giving residents control over the stories they want to tell and a platform to share their talents. I also really like that we hear music and news from our neighbours! »
The Oct. 28 benefit merges two large communities: Frogtown and South Minneapolis. “On the Twin Cities community radio stage, most radio hosts know their show and the station they’re on, but don’t have the opportunity to meet other hosts outside of their station,” said said DeCelle. “This will be the first time WFNU and KRSM have collaborated on an event, and I’m thrilled to have the WFNU hosts meeting the KRSM hosts.”
Nur-D appreciates the passion with which these two radio stations must elevate their community. “It’s rare to feel that a company or an organization sometimes has a loving heart for people. Often one can feel like a commodity, the necessary thing to keep the lights on. And while that’s true to some extent, he always felt that KRSM and WFNU do so much of what they do because they love it,” Nur-D said.
“It’s not something you can find everywhere. It’s really special to see and be a part of it.

THE BEGINNING OF WFUNA 94.1
Philip Gracia helped co-found WFUNA. “When I was young, I listened to the radio ear to ear and pretended to do a play-by-play of the sport I was listening to,” he recalls. “Radio announcers have always captured my attention as they have shared the sport in detail throughout history.”
But he didn’t think he could do his job with it.
“The barbershop is a community gathering space in the black community. My boutique, The Grooming House, is no different. That’s where I heard about WFUNA from another patron who wanted to do a show. It was then that I realized that my love and interest in radio could be something that I actually did,” Gracia recalls. “Within days we were at the radio station recording our first show ‘Real Talk With Real Brothers.'”
WFUNA started small with a very small place in a collaborative retail building in Frogtown that basically consisted of a table with broadcast equipment. From there, the small nonprofit moved to rental space in the basement of a church in Frogtown. “Here we were able to begin to establish a more permanent presence for our volunteer presenters, but access to the building and the size of the space limited how our volunteers could engage and how we could grow our programming. “, Gracia said. “WFUNA currently has an office suite in the Capitol Ridge Building that allows access to all of our programmers and has increased the security and professionalism of our operations.”
In 2021 WFUNA added a mobile app which significantly expanded its listening audience. It offers on-demand programs that offer more visibility to broadcasters without geographical borders. This app has also played a role in allowing WFUNA to venture into paid advertising with local businesses who can place ads on the app.
Gracia appreciates how local radio serves the community. “Recently I saw a poll that indicated the future of radio included the two main categories like podcasts and local radio. There is a need and a desire for our listeners to hear news and music from their communities. Community radio provides a unique opportunity to bring underrepresented voices to the airwaves. WFUNA has also been very involved in engaging our youth in radio programming to tell their stories and develop their skills. »
WFUNA continues to provide free radio training to community members. Community members can sit on the board, fundraise, write grants, and plan events. To learn more, email station manager@wfnu.org or browse WFNU.org/contact.
WFUNA will host its second annual Frogtown Radio Gala Dinner at DeGidio’s Restaurant on Monday November 14th. “This event was a huge success for WFUNA last year and we are excited to do it again!” said DeCelle. “Stay tuned to WFNU and wfnu.org for more gala news.”

KRSM 98.9 STARTED
WFNU and KRSM started around the same time. They were part of the advocacy work of several media monitoring organizations, including Hope Community, Voices For Racial Justice, Little Earth of United Tribes, Main Street Project and the Native American Community Development Institute, as well as a volunteer base of over of 100 neighbors. KRSM was officially launched in November 2017. It is located in South Minneapolis at the Phillips Community Center.
Listen to 98.9 FM if you are within metropolitan area listening range. Alternatively, download the KRSM Radio app for Android or iPhone, or at www.krsmradio.org. To volunteer, contact us through the website.
KRSM’s mission is to provide a platform to elevate the voices, stories and cultures of these communities with a history historically ignored, distorted and erased by mainstream media; and serve as an on-ramp to jobs in broadcast media, audio recording/engineering/production, investigative journalism and voice-over work.
Andrea Pierre was approached by Brendan Kelly, the founder of KRSM, to volunteer when she first started. Initially, she helped with committee work, but felt the need to have her own show. She volunteered at the station for six years before becoming station manager.
She has always loved the media and attended camps as a teenager for journalism and reporting. “I’ve listened to the radio all my life,” Pierre said. “Growing up in Saint Paul, we used to put a wire hanger on to boost our signal to hear KMOJ in the 80s back home. It was exciting to hear voices on the air that I could relate to that sounded like the old-timers talking at the kitchen table.
There is another full-time employee in charge of the KRSM Youth Camp and a part-time person who manages the website and programming. “We are a very small team so my days are hectic. I can meet the community in the morning, have lunch at our transmitter site in the afternoon and in the evening with our young people doing narrative work,” said Pierre.
KRSM is growing. They will celebrate their fifth anniversary and expand the “Ladders to Leadership” model with the KRSM Youth Internship.
“I love how both WFUNA and KRSM have genuine connections to the communities they serve,” Pierre said. “We constantly get feedback on the unique programming we have on KRSM. People can hear programs and advertisements in multiple languages ​​and on topics they can relate to from their peers. »

HELP SAVE COMMUNITY RADIO
“WFUNA is funded by donations from our listeners, grants and subscription sales. We’re a small nonprofit with two part-time employees, so the planning and success of fundraisers like these are crucial to helping us stay on the air,” said co-founder DeCelle.
“It’s difficult to maintain consistent funding as a low-powered FM because we operate solely through grants, subscription sales and community donations,” Pierre observed. “We have been excluded from receiving public funds like other stations. WFNU and KRSM have so much alignment when it comes to our values, what we do, how we support local artists, and how we are stewards of historically ignored voices. It made sense to start working together to save community radio.

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NUR-D PERFORMS BENEFIT SHOW OCT. 28 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/nur-d-performs-benefit-show-oct-28-2/ Wed, 12 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/nur-d-performs-benefit-show-oct-28-2/ By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Catch a Nur-D show and support local radio on Friday, October 28, 5-9 p.m., at Urban Growler Brewing (2325 Endicott St.).“I love Nur-D’s energy and stage presence!” said WFUNA co-founder Katey DeCelle. “WFNU has been playing Nur-D’s music since the release of his debut album, but I hadn’t seen him perform […]]]>

By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN

Catch a Nur-D show and support local radio on Friday, October 28, 5-9 p.m., at Urban Growler Brewing (2325 Endicott St.).
“I love Nur-D’s energy and stage presence!” said WFUNA co-founder Katey DeCelle. “WFNU has been playing Nur-D’s music since the release of his debut album, but I hadn’t seen him perform live until recently. At the Central Honors Philando event this summer, Nur-D performed and I was blown away. Not only is he an incredibly talented performer, but he got the crowd moving and added even more positive energy to the event. I knew I wanted him to play our fundraiser as soon as I saw him play!
Expect dancing and lots of energy. “You’re not going to see me hiding anything from you, and I’m playing like it’s my last day on the planet,” Nur-D said. “Lights, colors, sounds – at every show, the plan is to try and wow you. My team, my band and I do everything in our power to ensure that everyone who attends a Nur -D have a safe space to be themselves. Dance, sing, cry, laugh, shout – you don’t have to worry about looking cool or doing the right thing. what you should be is yourself.
Shimmer will host the Halloween costume party which will include a costume contest, vendors, food truck, DJs and more. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Children enter for free. The show benefits two local radio stations, WFNU 94.1 which serves the Frogtown area and KRSM 98.9 which serves south Minneapolis.

LOCAL RADIO STATIONS DISCOVER NEW MUSIC
Nur-D enjoys local radio stations like WFNU and KRSM, which were among the first to air his music.
“Local radio is what breaks the following. It’s the first step into the world of wild music,” Nur-D said. “It’s the first interaction that many young artists have with music as a commercial enterprise, which is extremely valuable. Local radio allows a newcomer to a region to take its pulse, to feel what it is, to hear how it speaks. As an artist, this can help you find like-minded creators in your area and allow you to inspire those around you.
DeCelle added, “Local radio excites me because it shines a light on the art and leaders of our community that mainstream media sometimes lacks. We provide free broadcasting and journalism training for community members, giving residents control over the stories they want to tell and a platform to share their talents. I also really like that we hear music and news from our neighbours! »
The Oct. 28 benefit merges two large communities: Frogtown and South Minneapolis. “On the Twin Cities community radio stage, most radio hosts know their show and the station they’re on, but don’t have the opportunity to meet other hosts outside of their station,” said said DeCelle. “This will be the first time WFNU and KRSM have collaborated on an event, and I’m thrilled to have the WFNU hosts meeting the KRSM hosts.”
Nur-D appreciates the passion with which these two radio stations must elevate their community. “It’s rare to feel that a company or an organization sometimes has a loving heart for people. Often one can feel like a commodity, the necessary thing to keep the lights on. And while that’s true to some extent, he always felt that KRSM and WFNU do so much of what they do because they love it,” Nur-D said.
“It’s not something you can find everywhere. It’s really special to see and be a part of it.

THE BEGINNING OF WFUNA 94.1
Philip Gracia helped co-found WFUNA. “When I was young, I listened to the radio ear to ear and pretended to do a play-by-play of the sport I was listening to,” he recalls. “Radio announcers have always captured my attention as they have shared the sport in detail throughout history.”
But he didn’t think he could do his job with it.
“The barbershop is a community gathering space in the black community. My boutique, The Grooming House, is no different. That’s where I heard about WFUNA from another patron who wanted to do a show. It was then that I realized that my love and interest in radio could be something that I actually did,” Gracia recalls. “Within days we were at the radio station recording our first show ‘Real Talk With Real Brothers.'”
WFUNA started small with a very small place in a collaborative retail building in Frogtown that basically consisted of a table with broadcast equipment. From there, the small nonprofit moved to rental space in the basement of a church in Frogtown. “Here we were able to begin to establish a more permanent presence for our volunteer presenters, but access to the building and the size of the space limited how our volunteers could engage and how we could grow our programming. “, Gracia said. “WFUNA currently has an office suite in the Capitol Ridge Building that allows access to all of our programmers and has increased the security and professionalism of our operations.”
In 2021 WFUNA added a mobile app which significantly expanded its listening audience. It offers on-demand programs that offer more visibility to broadcasters without geographical borders. This app has also played a role in allowing WFUNA to venture into paid advertising with local businesses who can place ads on the app.
Gracia appreciates how local radio serves the community. “Recently I saw a poll that indicated the future of radio included the two main categories like podcasts and local radio. There is a need and a desire for our listeners to hear news and music from their communities. Community radio provides a unique opportunity to bring underrepresented voices to the airwaves. WFUNA has also been very involved in engaging our youth in radio programming to tell their stories and develop their skills. »
WFUNA continues to provide free radio training to community members. Community members can sit on the board, fundraise, write grants, and plan events. To learn more, email station manager@wfnu.org or browse WFNU.org/contact.
WFUNA will host its second annual Frogtown Radio Gala Dinner at DeGidio’s Restaurant on Monday November 14th. “This event was a huge success for WFUNA last year and we are excited to do it again!” said DeCelle. “Stay tuned to WFNU and wfnu.org for more gala news.”

KRSM 98.9 STARTED
WFNU and KRSM started around the same time. They were part of the advocacy work of several media monitoring organizations, including Hope Community, Voices For Racial Justice, Little Earth of United Tribes, Main Street Project and the Native American Community Development Institute, as well as a volunteer base of over of 100 neighbors. KRSM was officially launched in November 2017. It is located in South Minneapolis at the Phillips Community Center.
Listen to 98.9 FM if you are within metropolitan area listening range. Alternatively, download the KRSM Radio app for Android or iPhone, or at www.krsmradio.org. To volunteer, contact us through the website.
KRSM’s mission is to provide a platform to elevate the voices, stories and cultures of these communities with a history historically ignored, distorted and erased by mainstream media; and serve as an on-ramp to jobs in broadcast media, audio recording/engineering/production, investigative journalism and voice-over work.
Andrea Pierre was approached by Brendan Kelly, the founder of KRSM, to volunteer when she first started. Initially, she helped with committee work, but felt the need to have her own show. She volunteered at the station for six years before becoming station manager.
She has always loved the media and attended camps as a teenager for journalism and reporting. “I’ve listened to the radio all my life,” Pierre said. “Growing up in Saint Paul, we used to put a wire hanger on to boost our signal to hear KMOJ in the 80s back home. It was exciting to hear voices on the air that I could relate to that sounded like the conversation of the elders at the kitchen table.
There is another full-time employee in charge of the KRSM Youth Camp and a part-time person who manages the website and programming. “We are a very small team so my days are hectic. I can meet the community in the morning, have lunch at our transmitter site in the afternoon and in the evening with our young people doing narrative work,” Pierre said.
KRSM is growing. They will celebrate their fifth anniversary and expand the “Ladders to Leadership” model with the KRSM Youth Internship.
“I love how both WFUNA and KRSM have genuine connections to the communities they serve,” Pierre said. “We constantly get feedback on the unique programming we have on KRSM. People can hear programs and advertisements in multiple languages ​​and on topics they can relate to from their peers. »

HELP SAVE COMMUNITY RADIO
“WFUNA is funded by donations from our listeners, grants and subscription sales. We’re a small nonprofit with two part-time employees, so the planning and success of fundraisers like these are crucial to helping us stay on the air,” said co-founder DeCelle.
“It is difficult to maintain consistent funding as a low-powered FM because we operate solely through grants, subscription sales and community donations,” Pierre observed. “We have been excluded from receiving public funds like other stations. WFNU and KRSM have so much alignment when it comes to our values, what we do, how we support local artists, and how we are stewards of historically ignored voices. It made sense to start working together to save community radio.

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Sal Baglio returns home to East Boston with a benefit show at ZUMIX, November 5 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/sal-baglio-returns-home-to-east-boston-with-a-benefit-show-at-zumix-november-5/ Tue, 11 Oct 2022 02:47:00 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/sal-baglio-returns-home-to-east-boston-with-a-benefit-show-at-zumix-november-5/ For longtime Boston singer, guitarist and songwriter Sal Baglio, the round trip isn’t complete until you come “Home Again.” Baglio returns to East Boston to perform at ZUMIX on November 5 at 7:00 p.m. Funds raised from the concert will support the work of ZUMIX, ZUMIX empowers young people to build prosperous futures, transforming lives […]]]>

For longtime Boston singer, guitarist and songwriter Sal Baglio, the round trip isn’t complete until you come “Home Again.” Baglio returns to East Boston to perform at ZUMIX on November 5 at 7:00 p.m.

Funds raised from the concert will support the work of ZUMIX, ZUMIX empowers young people to build prosperous futures, transforming lives and community through music, technology and creative employment. Tickets are available online at https://cloud.broadwayworld.com/rec/ticketclick.cfm?fromlink=2202271®id=10&articlelink=https%3A%2F%2Fzumix.org%2Fevents%2F?utm_source=BWW2022&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=article&utm_content=bottombuybutton1 Where Eventbrite.com.

From the Paris street cellars to the big stages supporting superstars, from the agony and ecstasy of 10,000 lonely hours honing the craft of true rock and roll, Baglio has made his mark as a legend of Boston music. This success would not be possible without the sights, sounds and people of his hometown, East Boston.

An older, more introspective Baglio returns home to East Boston with a solo performance of songs and tales that reveal the artist and his sense of place, especially the memories that are so dear to him.

“East Boston is part of my musical DNA,” says Baglio. “Everything — everything: the family, the friends, my grandfather singing at the Salle des Fils d’Italie or at Lombardo’s, the wrought iron school gates, the three floors, the smell of the factory Gumball, the Saturday matinees at the old Theater of Seville, the sauce on the stove every Sunday, the colorful characters and all the music that echoed from almost every cellar growing up.”

Baglio formed the Stompers in 1977 and led the band for over 40 years, touring with major artists like beach boys and J. Geils Band and writing a hit single Never Tell An Angel [When Your Heart’s on Fire] which spent four weeks on the Billboard Hot 100.

Throughout his career, Baglio was also a session musician for artists like Johnny Winter, Andy Pratt and others. Over the years, he’s felt comfortable enough to conjure up new musical personas – alter egos such as Rock E Rollins and, more recently, the Amplifier Heads. His most recent set, Sal Baglio & The Sensational Rock and Roller Coaster Ride, redefines his role as a bandleader by tearing down a wall of sound. For Baglio, the time has come to create his recent work in the place where he comes from “The reason I can’t wait to play in East Boston is because I have a group of songs that deal with wonderful memories and that include many characters from the neighborhood Whether I have been close to many people or not, in one way or another, you are in my songs.

He adds, “I was at home in East Boston. That’s where all my ‘firsts’ happened. I’ve come full circle and now, with the chapter with the Stompers closed, I’m ready to go. start over and why not do that at home?”

Sal Baglio will perform November 5 at Zumix, 260 Sumner Street, East Boston. Tickets are $20 in advance and $30 at the door. Tickets are available at Zumix.com Where Eventbrite.com.

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GIRLS WRITE NASHVILLE ANNOUNCES 2ND ANNUAL BENEFIT SHOW + LINEUP INCLUDES ANNIE DIRUSSO, ALANNA ROYALE, JESS NOLAN AND MORE https://slimmingpillsreview.com/girls-write-nashville-announces-2nd-annual-benefit-show-lineup-includes-annie-dirusso-alanna-royale-jess-nolan-and-more/ Wed, 05 Oct 2022 09:30:21 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/girls-write-nashville-announces-2nd-annual-benefit-show-lineup-includes-annie-dirusso-alanna-royale-jess-nolan-and-more/ GWN is thrilled to present a lineup of artists who reflect the values ​​of the organization – showcasing the extraordinary talent within Nashville’s community of female musicians, the diversity of people and genders celebrated in the songwriting community. -Nashville composers and the artists’ deep ties to the local Nashville community. Co-headliner Annie DiRusso, a pandemic-era […]]]>

GWN is thrilled to present a lineup of artists who reflect the values ​​of the organization – showcasing the extraordinary talent within Nashville’s community of female musicians, the diversity of people and genders celebrated in the songwriting community. -Nashville composers and the artists’ deep ties to the local Nashville community. Co-headliner Annie DiRusso, a pandemic-era phenom currently on her first (largely sold out) headlining tour, is a Belmont graduate. Lindsey Lomis, a Nashville native currently under contract with Sony, is a Girls Write Nashville alumna and has performed on many local music programs. Jess Nolan, who this summer and fall played the keys to Jenny Lewis’ band and backed Ani DeFranco on tour, is a longtime Girls Write Nashville mentor. Songwriter and producer Julia Cannon, a longtime member of the Nashville music scene, recently performed with artists like Alicia Keys and The Roots as part of The Black Opry’s organizing efforts. The lineup will also include performances from several participants in GWN’s youth program.

“This show is us organizing a big party by and for the community. It’s the most uplifting party you’ll go to, one of Nashville’s best music nights all year, AND it supports female musicians and creates equitable educational opportunities for students in our city – what could be better? says Girls Write Nashville co-founder and director Jen Starsinic. Last year, this event raised over $50,000 and enabled GWN to serve over 600 students. Businesses are invited to become community sponsors of the event by purchasing a table or block of tickets. Click on HERE to learn more.

Girls Write Nashville is a 501(c)(3) that empowers girls to reinvent and reshape the music industry through songwriting, producing, mentoring and creating a creative community for teenage artists in Nashville, Tennessee. In GWN programs, participants learn to write and record original music in a community of peers led by a trauma-sensitive artist teacher over a six-month season. Through a partnership with Community Achieves of MNPS, guilds are held on-site at several Title I Metro-Nashville schools. GWN strives to create a safe and inclusive path to cultural participation within the Nashville music scene and actively addresses barriers to accessibility – believing that when they do, the student community will accurately reflect true diversity. of Nashville.

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Rich Robinson to Lead Benefit Show Celebrating REM’s ‘Chronic City’ – Rolling Stone https://slimmingpillsreview.com/rich-robinson-to-lead-benefit-show-celebrating-rems-chronic-city-rolling-stone/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/rich-robinson-to-lead-benefit-show-celebrating-rems-chronic-city-rolling-stone/ The black crows founder Rich Robinson has announced an all-star lineup for a pair of concerts celebrating 40 years of REM’s debut EP chronic city. The two-night event, which will take place in Georgia on December 14-15, will also serve as a benefit show with proceeds going to Planned Parenthood. The concert will spend its […]]]>

The black crows founder Rich Robinson has announced an all-star lineup for a pair of concerts celebrating 40 years of REM’s debut EP chronic city. The two-night event, which will take place in Georgia on December 14-15, will also serve as a benefit show with proceeds going to Planned Parenthood. The concert will spend its first night at the 40 Watt Club in Athens and its second at the Coca-Cola Roxy in Atlanta.

“Growing up in Atlanta in the 1980s, REM were the preeminent band of that era,” Robinson said in a statement. “Their music has had a huge influence not only on the Atlanta music scene, but also on my brother and I. I’m so happy to be able to organize this celebration for a band that meant so much to us and to music, and chronic city that’s what started it all.

Each night, Robinson will round out the house band which also includes Black Crowes bassist Sven Pipien and drummer Barrett Martin, who began collaborating with REM in the late 90s. Both nights of the celebration gig will be hosted by comedian David Cross.

The anniversary show setlist consists of the full five-track EP performed by Robinson alongside special guests. Lineup currently includes Rich and Chris Robinson, Darius Rucker, John Cameron Mitchell, Fred Armisen, Kevn Kinney, Lenny Kaye, Mitch Easter, Steve Wynn, David Ryan Harris, Elf Power, Pylon Reenactment Society, and more. The December 14 show will see additional appearances from the Indigo Girls and John Driskell Hopkins of the Zac Brown Band.

Tickets for the Dec. 15 show at The Coca-Cola Roxy go on sale Oct. 7 at 10 a.m. EST, with tickets for the 40 Watt Club going on sale Oct. 11 at the same time.

In a 1983 review, rolling stone describe chronic city as “one of the most invigorating and melodious surprises of the last year: a record from a band from Athens, Georgia, who didn’t care at all for the fashionable quirks of the dance-rock outfits of this city ​​like the B-52 or Pylon. REM fashioned its own intelligent, propulsive sound from bright pop melodies, murky, neo-psychedelic atmosphere and a host of late 60s pop-rock touches.”

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Mitchell Tenpenny to headline benefit show for Mattingly Charities https://slimmingpillsreview.com/mitchell-tenpenny-to-headline-benefit-show-for-mattingly-charities/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 07:00:20 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/mitchell-tenpenny-to-headline-benefit-show-for-mattingly-charities/ Mattingly Charities, the non-profit organization started by Evansville’s favorite son, Don Mattingly, has announced its first-ever benefit concert for later this year featuring one of country music’s rising stars, Mitchell Tenpenny. Mattingly Charities’ “Find A Way” Charity Concert Comes to Victory Theater Since his first single, “Drunk Me”, taken from his first studio album, tell […]]]>

Mattingly Charities, the non-profit organization started by Evansville’s favorite son, Don Mattingly, has announced its first-ever benefit concert for later this year featuring one of country music’s rising stars, Mitchell Tenpenny.

Mattingly Charities’ “Find A Way” Charity Concert Comes to Victory Theater

Since his first single, “Drunk Me”, taken from his first studio album, tell all my secrets was released in 2018, Mitchell Tenpenny’s unique voice and lyrics have earned him thousands of fans. The song, about a guy who gets sober to get over an ex-girlfriend, peaked at number two on Billboard’s Country Airplay Chart, hit the top 40 on the Hot 100 Singles Chart and reached the top 10 Hot Country Songs Chart.

Currently, he can be heard on two popular songs; he is featured on Chris Young’s latest single, “At the End of a Bar”, and his latest single, “Truth About You” from his new album, It’s the heavy which was released on September 16.

His growing popularity earned him the top spot in Luke Bryan’s Raised Up Right Tour, and he will headline his own tour, the It’s the Heavy Tour from January 26 in Los Angeles. But before that, he has a date in Evansville at the Victory Theater to help raise money for Mattingly Charities.

The show will take place on Thursday, December 1 starting at 7:00 p.m. Central Time and will also feature performances from Ryan Hurd as well as Jeffery Steele. Hurd, of course, is the husband of Maren Morris and a successful singer-songwriter who has co-wrote several hit songs for some of country music’s biggest artists, including Luke Bryan’s “Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset” and “Waves”, Blake Shelton’s “Lonely Tonight” and Lady A’s “What If I Never Get Over You”, as well as Jordan Davis’ latest single, “What My World Spins Around”.

In October 2021, Ryan stepped in front of the mic to record and release his debut album, Pelago, which includes the single “Chasing After You” featuring his wife in both the song itself and the video.

Tickets for the show are on sale now via ticket master for as low as $30. Mattingly Charities will use all proceeds from the show to further its mission of providing grants for programs and projects that have a meaningful impact in the Evansville area.

About Mattingly Charities

Mattingly Charities was founded by Don and Lori Mattingly with the goal of helping underserved youth in the Evansville area through the game of baseball. Over the years, the organization has branched out to help other youth-focused organizations by providing grant funding to those organizations for projects and programs that work with youth in the community. For more information about Mattingly Charities, or to donate, visit mattinglycharities.org.

[Source: Mattingly Charities]

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Metallica Announces 3rd Annual All Within My Hands Benefit Show & Auction https://slimmingpillsreview.com/metallica-announces-3rd-annual-all-within-my-hands-benefit-show-auction/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 17:57:40 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/metallica-announces-3rd-annual-all-within-my-hands-benefit-show-auction/ Metallic announced their third annual benefit concert and auction for their non-profit organization All Within My Hands Foundation, which supports workforce education and the fight against hunger. This year’s edition takes place in Los Angeles Microsoft Theater on December 16and tickets go on sale Friday, September 23 at 10:00 a.m. PDT, with Fan Club presales […]]]>

Metallic announced their third annual benefit concert and auction for their non-profit organization All Within My Hands Foundation, which supports workforce education and the fight against hunger. This year’s edition takes place in Los Angeles Microsoft Theater on December 16and tickets go on sale Friday, September 23 at 10:00 a.m. PDT, with Fan Club presales starting Wednesday, September 21 at 10:00 a.m. PDT.

“We have planned a special celebration and incredible items and experiences that will be auctioned off,” the group writes, “all to benefit the Foundation, with 100% of ticket and auction proceeds going directly to those who In 2017, All Within My Hands is working with partners around the world to fight food insecurity, provide funds in natural disaster areas, and support education with the groundbreaking Metallica Scholars program, which is now in its fourth year.

Metallica has another show coming up, taking place in New York’s Central Park on Saturday (9/24) as part of the Global Citizen Festival. For those not going in person, it will air live on ABC, ABC News Live, FX, Hulu, iHeartRadio, TimesLIVE, Twitter, YouTube, and more, along with the primetime special. ‘ABC Global Citizen Festival: Act NOW to follow on Sunday (9/25) at 7 p.m. ET.

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Metallica Announces 3rd Annual All Within My Hands Benefit Show & Auction https://slimmingpillsreview.com/metallica-announces-3rd-annual-all-within-my-hands-benefit-show-auction-2/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/metallica-announces-3rd-annual-all-within-my-hands-benefit-show-auction-2/ Metallic announced their third annual benefit concert and auction for their non-profit organization All Within My Hands Foundation, which supports workforce education and the fight against hunger. This year’s edition takes place in Los Angeles Microsoft Theater on December 16and tickets go on sale Friday, September 23 at 10 a.m. PDT, with Fan Club presales […]]]>

Metallic announced their third annual benefit concert and auction for their non-profit organization All Within My Hands Foundation, which supports workforce education and the fight against hunger. This year’s edition takes place in Los Angeles Microsoft Theater on December 16and tickets go on sale Friday, September 23 at 10 a.m. PDT, with Fan Club presales starting Wednesday, September 21 at 10 a.m. PDT.

“We have planned a special celebration and incredible items and experiences that will be auctioned off,” the group writes, “all to benefit the Foundation, with 100% of ticket and auction proceeds going directly to those who In 2017, All Within My Hands is working with partners around the world to fight food insecurity, provide funds in natural disaster areas, and support education with the groundbreaking Metallica Scholars program, which is now in its fourth year.

Metallica has another show coming up, taking place in New York’s Central Park on Saturday (9/24) as part of World Citizen Festival. For those not going in person, it will air live on ABC, ABC News Live, FX, Hulu, iHeartRadio, TimesLIVE, Twitter, YouTube, and more, along with the primetime special. ‘ABC Global Citizen Festival: Act NOW to follow on Sunday (9/25) at 7 p.m. ET.

Shop Metallica Vinyls and Merchandise in the BV store.

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Hip Hop Against Hunger in Newark: Benefit Show at Military Park https://slimmingpillsreview.com/hip-hop-against-hunger-in-newark-benefit-show-at-military-park/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/hip-hop-against-hunger-in-newark-benefit-show-at-military-park/ NEWARK, NJ – Community leaders, residents and hip hop artists in Newark will come together to host a Hunger Relief benefit show from 1-5 p.m. on Sunday, September 18. All ages are welcome to the event, which will take place at Military Park, 55 Park Place. According to a press release from the organizers: “New […]]]>

NEWARK, NJ – Community leaders, residents and hip hop artists in Newark will come together to host a Hunger Relief benefit show from 1-5 p.m. on Sunday, September 18. All ages are welcome to the event, which will take place at Military Park, 55 Park Place.

According to a press release from the organizers:

“New Jersey’s local hip hop scene joins forces with the Newark YMCA and other city leaders for the 8th Annual Hip Hop Against Hunger Benefit Show on Sunday, September 18 at Military Park in Newark, NJ. This family-friendly event will feature musical performances, DJs, breakdancers, live art, vendors, information tables and community resources as the band seeks to fight hunger and homelessness. .sness.

The organizers continued:

“With approximately 98,170 people struggling with food insecurity in Essex County alone, it is time to act. Hip Hop Against Hunger combines the power of music and community to impact the lives of those who need it most. Since 2010, founder Elgin Cintron has collected and distributed over 3,000 pounds of food, 500 bags of clothing and toiletries, and $1,500 in funds, all donated to local food banks and homeless shelters. shelter in his native Florida and current home in New Jersey.

This year, Cintron has set a goal to raise at least 2,000 pounds of food and $2,000, which will benefit New Jersey’s largest homeless shelter, the YMCA of Newark and Area. The event is free to the public, but attendees are encouraged to bring a donation of non-perishable food items, toiletries, clothing and supplies. Volunteer opportunities are also always available. Learn more here.

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