Local, Award Winning Musicians Rally to Play Concert for Peace and Love During Global Love Day, May 1st Event
In a grass roots community effort to support the 7th annual Global Love Day (a one day planetary event inviting people around the world to join together in unity and celebration), a group of talented and award winning musicians will perform a peace and love concert on Saturday evening, May 1st, at the Center for Spiritual Living in Seattle at 7:30 pm.
Global support for this event has been astounding. People of all backgrounds and cultures are hosting events on May 1st in their local communities from musicians, artists and government leaders to homemakers, students, NGO's, and businesses from around the world. Adding a Seattle music festival to the planetary event list was just as important to the local musicians participating as it was the foundation sponsoring the event.
The musical extravaganza will include original songs from easy listening pop to rock, jazz, new age and world beat and will focus on a humanitarian theme that speaks to all age groups. “We wanted to create a show that would inspire our audience,” said Tam Katzin, Board Member of The Love Foundation and award winning singer/songwriter performing in the Seattle event, “as well as raise awareness for a very important cause. When the Beatles sang ‘All We Need is Love’, the world stopped to listen. When Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie wrote ‘We Are the World’, everyone stopped to sing along… and when Mahatma Gandhi said, ‘You must be the change you wish to see in the world’ many of us agreed and started to take action. This is why love and peace is our focus. We are one humanity on this planet. All life is interconnected and interdependent. We have brought some of the best talent together from around the Seattle area to showcase at this event, and it is going to be an incredible, intimate, life-inspiring celebration.”
Showcased will be a variety of local musicians, including award winning positive music artist Tam Katzin, singer/songwriters James Howard, Narayan and Janet, Becky Thatcher, Matt Corey, Mike Eytcheson and composer/pianist Stephen Jacob.
More information is available on the event web site below or at Brown Paper Tickets online.