United Animal Advocates of LA Message Board › Benefit Concert for Harp Seals this Saturday Jan. 27th!!
Santa Monica, CA
Hi AR activists,
Giselle from this group (and organizer of Avec Mes Amis, the Orange County AR meetup group) has brought my attention to a benefit concert for Harp Seals in Canada taking place this Saturday. Read on for further details...
What: It's Mega Meetup Time!
When: Saturday, January 27, 7:00 PM
Event fee: USD 30.00 per person
Where: Click the link below to find out!
Hi Everyone !
There are 2 events worthy of participation in the near future:
a concert and a demonstration (more on the demo to follow). So read on, mark your
calendars, and spread the word!
Now for the details:
ACTIVIST CONCERT INFO:
THE KEY CLUB L.A. 1/27 Join Harpseals.org on January 27th, at
7:30 pm, at the Key Club in Hollywood, CA to raise funds and
awareness for the harp seals of Canada.
Great White is an American blues-based Rock and Glam Metal
band. Great White formed in 1981 in Los Angeles, California
under the name Dante Fox. Their sound is notable for its
similarities to Led Zeppelin. Great White singer Jack Russell's
vocals are often also very similar to Robert Plant's
Great White is known primarily for their hit "Once Bitten,
Twice Shy", a cover version of a song written by Mott the
Hoople's Ian Hunter. Their album "Once Bitten..." was certified
platinum in April 1988. Their follow-up album "...Twice Shy",
included their biggest hit, "Once Bitten, Twice Shy", for which
they received a Grammy Award nomination. This album was
certified double platinum in 1989.
Their other albums include "Out of the Night" (1982) , "On Your
Knees" (1982), "Great White" (1984), "Recovery: Live!" (1987),
"Hooked" (1991), "Let it Rock" (1996), and "Can't Get There
From Here (Great White Album)" (1999).
This Las Vegas based artist is going from zero to sixty by
virtue of a combination of powerful vocals, melodic depth, and
undeniable expressive music with a wide instrumental range.
His music hints of pop rock, alternative rock, modern rock,
with a vast pallet of songs that appeal to just about everyone.
JAK PARIS has achieved national attention with his first
release, Electric Revolution, with electrically and
emotionally charged, N.B.D. (Not Back Down) and softer
ballads like Seasons Change."
JP is an innovator, creating his own style of multi-layered
music that combines alt-rock and electric composition with a
very fine line between hard rock and pop music. JP has the
ability to mesmerize with passionate lyrics, a driving
intensity, and then going into a ballad with a solid melody. He
carries the emotion and love for his music, and it shows on his
new CD, Electric Evolution.
PLUS SPECIAL GUEST REBA star Scarlett Pomers and many other
AND YOU CAN WIN GREAT CELEBRITY ITEMS IN THE SILENT AUCTION
You'll find autographed celebrity memorabilia, vacations and
trips, dining, and much more! Win something for yourself, and
help us win for the seals!
And be sure to enter the raffle for even more great prizes!
A native of Detroit, Bob Gentry proved to be an incredible
musician at a young age, learning to play both piano and guitar
on his own and amassing a repertoire of over 50 songs by age
17. In his teen years, he found success in the Detroit club
scene with the rock band, "Moisture." Bob recreated the band
with new members in L.A. and performed on the USA Network and
Canada's MUCH Music Network.
Now a solo artist, Bob writes and performs with Grammy-winning
artists including Rod McKuen ("Seasons in the Sun"), and David
Tyson ("Black Velvet"). His first self-titled, self-produced
album recently earned him a spot in the top 5 Male Singer
Songwriter (2006) category from the JPF Awards. The song
"Upside Down" earned him the L.A. Music Award for Rock Singer
Songwriter of the year (2006).
BUY YOUR TICKETS TODAY!
Tickets are $30 and may be purchased from the Key Club, 9039 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069, or wanttickets.com.
For more information, email Obi at JHFP@aol.com or Rhonda at
email@example.com or 510-236-2668.
Keep up to date on the seal campaign at Harpseals.org.