Next Wednesday, October 19th at NYC’s The Marlin Room at Webster Hall, the Songs of Love Foundation – a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing personalized uplifting songs, free of charge, for children and teens currently facing tough medical, physical or emotional challenges – will deliver an all-star lineup made up of Scott Sharrard (Gregg Allman Band), Jackie Greene, Scott Metzger, Marc Quinones, Peter Levin, Shawn Pelton, and Brett Bass for what is sure to be a special night on many different fronts.
The show, which is also the 20th anniversary celebration of the foundation, will feature the music of the Allman Brothers Band performed by this incredible lineup. The performance will feature two sets, the first being a “Duane Allman, Muscle Shoals Style” set, with the second seeing the band perform the Allman’s Live at the Fillmore East.
For this particular event, Songs of Love will be helping to support Josie Johnson: “We are proud to celebrate our 27,000th song by honoring the adorable 4 year-old Josie Johnson. Josie is one of 200 people in the world born with the genetic disorder, Foxg1. The entire audience will participate in a live recording of a milestone ‘song of love’ for Josie.” For Josie’s Foxg1 fundraiser, head to this link.
This is great music for an even better cause.
Purchase tickets to the Songs of Love Foundation’s 20th anniversary celebration here.