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Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Over the past three years, what started as a crazy dream to interview and cover bands has fully come alive — for some of you, right before your very eyes. Fresh out of college in a non-writing related job I launched You Sing I Write as my creative outlet. It was a simple concept: I loved music, so naturally that's what I'd write about.
Never in a million years did I think I'd be published on RollingStone.com, AOL, MTV or Marie Claire, but my adventures traveling to music festivals, interviewing Grammy Award winning artists and covering local talent allowed me to get this far. I couldn't be more grateful.
Last year, my friend Monica and I put together a benefit concert for TWLOHA, an organization we've admired since college and this year I decided to do the same. What started as the desire to raise money for the American Cancer Society in hopes to cure my cousin who was diagnosed over two months ago, now has a more personal significance as she recently passed away.
The night will include performances by four amazing bands as well as provide information on how you can help out your local American Cancer Society chapter so we can beat this horrible disease. Oh, and my website will be relaunching too thanks to Wendy Hu and Joel Brower!
For the official invite, visit Facebook. Complete details below.
Friday, November 12th at Southpaw, Brooklyn (125 5th Ave)
18+ w/ ID
door time: 8PM
Hope to see you Friday!
Posted by ANNIE REUTER at 9:20 PM