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Aug 16 2011

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Benefit Concert for African Drought Relief A Great Success

View The Association of Artists for A Better World and the Delta Chelsea Hotel Present  –

Fighting Against Famine – A Benefit Concert for African Drought Relief

THE ASSOCIATION OF ARTISTS FOR A BETTER WORLD (AABW) and THE DELTA HOTEL joined forces to help raise funds for this urgent cause for African Drought Relief. The concert on Tuesday, August 16 included local artists who donated their time and talent in the hopes of bringing aid to the starving population in the drought-ravaged Horn of Africa.

 Artists

Concerned artists donated their time and talent to put on a stellar performance – especially those who waited several hours to play – Brent Titcombe, David Celia, Laura Fernandez, Tony Springer, John Jackson, Tony Quarrington, Sue and Dwight, Mr. Rick, Peter Wildman, Howard Gladstone, Shrimp Daddy, Brian Pickard, Bruse Palait, Brian Blain, Ginger St. James, Steve Raiken,Chris Bennett, Roger Zuraw, Glen Hornblast, Bela Ray,  Clayton Doley, Zuviri, Carlin Toif, Nick Scarf, Brian Gladstone, and more.

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 Thanks to the voluteers for a great job including John Jackson on Sound, Vicki, Linda Speigel, Suzanne D'Alvise, Christine Nossier

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WHERE: Monarchs Pub, Delta Chelsea Hotel, 33 Gerrard St. West, Toronto, ON

WHEN: Tuesday, August 16 @ 6:30 pm – Open mic artist sign up / 7:00 pm start

TICKETS: Donations (suggested $10 or more) accepted on entry, tax receipts issued.

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A Special Presentation by Geoff Stewart For The Delta Hotel      

Background

Natural disasters seem to be plaguing the planet globally and nowhere have the affects been felt more than in Africa where acute malnutrition is a leading cause of death in certain areas. AABW and the Delta Hotel are determined to raise significant funds through this upcoming concert and the Government of Canada will generously match the donations of Canadians until September 16, 2011. Money raised will go to support the work of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement who have a strong presence in the region, and will be helping people recover their livelihoods as well as providing immediate emergency relief.

 

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