‘Unknown’ CD release party to benefit NV Partnership for Homeless Youth
This is my site Written by The Drum Machine on 2012-03-09

The new line-upYes, kids, it’s taken some time, but we’re finally celebrating the release of our debut full-length CD, “Unknown,” with a party for you on Friday, March 30, inside Theatre7 (1406 S. Third St.) in downtown Las Vegas. With doors opening at 7 p.m., not only will you be treated to a live set by your favorite Vegas rock band (that’s us, by the way), but also the short films “Money Shot” by Michael Dunn and “Johnny Reaper” by Michael Zayas, live acoustic rock from our the Skeeterhawks (featuring Tim Jackson of Thrown Clear), and free refreshments (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) courtesy of us. Plus a few surprises!

But more importantly, we’re doing this as a benefit for Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth, a great local nonprofit whose work helps displaced teens, both with food, clothes and temporary housing in the short term, and with life skills, personal development and reconnecting with family in the long term. To that end, we’re asking for a measly $5 donation at the door to benefit NPHY, and we’ll also be donating $1 from the sale of each copy of “Unknown” sold that night as well. In addition, we please ask that you take a look at NPHY’s “Wish List,” and if you have any of these much-needed personal items available to donate, to please bring them to the release party.

And there you go! The public debut of Jackie Pope on drums and Pj Perez on guitar! Our first live show in more than a year! Surprise guests! And YOU! Let’s do this. See you March 30.

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