Youngstown, OH, April 25, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- CreativeBridge Coalition (CBC) will host a “LUV IN” fundraising event featuring the area’s rock bands of the 1960s, on Sunday, May 4, 2014 from 3-6 p.m. The event, benefiting children’s music-based programs, will take place at the Fireplace Restaurant & Lounge located at 2075 East Western Reserve Road in Youngstown, Ohio.
Attendees will have the opportunity to meet and greet original members of four groundbreaking bands from the mid-1960s: The Executioners, The Holes in the Road, The Human Beingz and The Pied Pipers. Carl Severino will be spinning tunes from the 60’s, and Jerry Centifani and his house band will provide live music performances with members of the featured bands. This “LUV IN” gathering will also include a cash drawing and silent auction including items from the hit TV shows “Big Bang Theory” and “Breaking Bad” as well as autographed items from the Rolling Stones, Lady Gaga and Crosby, Stills & Nash.
“I’m thrilled to have everyone get a chance to re-connect with these bands and the guys who pioneered local rock music,” said Dan Marshall, Ph.D., CBC co-founder. “In addition to the good time that we expect everyone to have, proceeds from the event will help us grow our current projects in the Mahoning Valley,” added CBC co-founder, Bill Bodine. Bodine & Marshall are both former Youngstown-area musicians. Those unable to attend yet would like to donate to the organization can visit CBC’s website www.CBridgeC.org.
For more information about the event, please contact Linda Wellendorf at email@example.com or call 330-518-5872.
About CreativeBridge Coalition
CreativeBridge Coalition is a 501(c)(3) organization serving young children and those with special needs by bringing music into their lives. The program benefit kids by improving social skills, enhancing personality traits and developing learning capabilities. CBC raises funds through solicitation of private donations and fundraising events, and currently has projects operating in Los Angeles and the greater Youngstown area.