The Pangaea Project Adds Keith Moseley to May Event
The Pangaea Project, set to take place on May 16 and 17 at Portland, Oregon's Crystal Ballroom has added Keith Moseley (of String Cheese Incident fame) to open the Saturday show (with friends) and join the Everyone Orchestra for some double-rockin', double-bass beatdowns with jamgrass buddy, Tye North. Friday night, Stanton Moore Trio does the opening honors.
Add to that the new additions of Pangaea first-timer James Beaton of Storm Large & the Balls and Everclear, and veteran Tony Furtado and that sets us a heck of a lineup. Get your tickets now at www.pangaeabenefit.org.
And, VIP Tix Too:
Want to meet the E.O. Players and watch their Saturday Soundcheck? Then buy the Pangaea Ticket Package! This year's package includes one ticket to each night of the benefit, one commemorative hand-pulled silkscreen event poster, and a Saturday Soundcheck and pre-show Artist Meet & Greet/Poster signing. Cost for the package is $80 plus applicable Ticketmaster fees.
THE EVERYONE ORCHESTRA DOES GOOD WITH
MEMBERS OF SCI, LOS LOBOS, ARU, GALACTIC
The Everyone Orchestra will conduct their "interactive improvisational experience" over two benefit concerts for The Pangaea Project on May 16 and 17 at Portland, Oregon's Crystal Ballroom.
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This year's two-night all-star event features the improvisational mastery of The Everyone Orchestra conducted by Matt Butler with special guest performers Steve Berlin of Los Lobos, The String Cheese Incident's Michael Kang, drummers extraordinaire Jeff Sipe of Aquarium Rescue Unit and Stanton Moore of Galactic, members of the March Fourth Marching Band (The M4 Singers), keyboardist Asher Fulero, Strings For Industry bandmates Darol Anger, Scott Law, Tye North and many others. The Stanton Moore Trio will open the show on Friday, May 16th. Peak Experience's Johnny Dwork will provide a special spoken word segment on both nights. Additional guests to be announced in the coming weeks.
Each year, through the universal language of music, The Pangaea Project celebrates global awareness, culture, and youth leadership by activating music fans, artists, and progressive thinkers throughout the Northwest for a weekend of improvisational fun. The last annual benefit concert raised almost $20,000 for The Pangaea Project, which engages teenagers from underserved neighborhoods in local and international service-learning projects by promoting the development of leadership skills, increasing global awareness, and fostering a commitment to work towards social change. Proceeds from ticket sales, raffles, and other donations will be contributed directly to The Pangaea Project.