Orchard Park, NY, June 28, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The EXPOSURE Concert: Because love shouldn’t hurt, will now officially begin at 6pm Friday, August 13 and run through approximately to 10:30pm Sunday, August 15th. Sue, Jim and Mike of Blasdell’s Club Paradise had contacted Founder Suzanne Perry stating that “Friday had opened up” and offered their facility to extend the Exposure Concert from 2 days to 3.
The roughed-in roster of bands is alphabetically listed and is subject to change without notice.
Big Tree Road
Change of Face
East of Eden
Falling Into Place
Jack Bastard & Dirty Martini
Jim Crean Band
Little Louis Band
Miss the Mark
Morning After Pills
Sharen Wendy Robertson
Third in the Box
Todd Andrews Band
Wanted by the FBI
Your Loving X
Also announced this month, Scott Green, Sr. was named as OP Music House’s official photographer. Scott’s primary function will be to capture local bands’ performances for media promotion as well as events that bring people together across the Western New York region, with a focus on charity and humanitarian efforts. He has extensive involvement with the Brad Delp Foundation and Depression and Suicide Prevention.
As a physical location becomes closer to reality for OP Music House, further structure is being added in the form of collaborating humanitarian efforts with the likes of the National Institute of Health, National Institutes on Mental Health, and pending meeting with former Orchard Park supervisor now head of the Family Justice Center, Mary Travers Murphy.
To this end, the community center will provide support services for victims of domestic violence and abuse, and will expand to include support for depression and suicide prevention as well as a drop-off and collection point for the WNY Food Bank.
Further, the facility will house a music venue for young adults (16-24 year olds), giving them access to instruments, staging and lighting; and a basic recording studio, while local musicians give lessons, their time, friendship and advice to this population.
When all is said and done, a coffee house will be added (ICE Café), which will feature local restaurants’ wares on a rotating basis while concurrently promoting local musicians. Perry’s plans include an internet radio show or podcasting from the site, showcasing the food and music of Western New York to the world.
The EXPOSURE Concert is a fundraising concert to not only bring awareness to abuse in the home, but to shine a light on the perpetrators and a wide-spread effort to eradicate it. Proceeds help secure a facility, operating costs and hiring of a grant writer for the 501(c)3 OP Music House, Inc.
For more information please consult the website at www.opmusichouse.org or the concert website of www.exposureconcert.com or contact Suzanne Perry directly at 716.548.5013 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.