JERRY JOSEPH, JONAH SMITH, CRAIG GREENBERG AND OTHERS
The concert will feature singer/songwriter Chris Barron of the Grammy-nominated Spin Doctors, as well as performances by notable songwriter Jerry Joseph (Stockholm Syndrome, The Jackmormons), Jonah Smith, Paula Valstein, Craig Greenberg, and more.
“Concert for Chile” was born out of the desire of NYC-based singer/songwriter Craig Greenberg, to give back to the city of Concepcion, where he got his start performing while living there in 2002. Concepcion was the hardest hit city in Chile in this recent natural disaster.
It is estimated that the earthquake has affected at least 1.5 million people in the area. According to the International Red Cross, it could take between 5-7 years and billions of dollars for the area to recover.
Sunday, April 11
61 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY
Doors open at 5 p.m., Performances start at 6 p.m.
$15 suggested donation at the door in lieu of ticket sales
All proceeds will go to the AmeriCares fund for Chile relief and development
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