11/10 School Of Rock Benefit
event + an amazing all-female line up:
School of Rock is a Performance-based music school for Kids in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Our Goal for the night is to raise $2000 to help fund scholarships and new projects for the kids there.
Get out to Grog Shop in Cleveland for our ALL AGES event, School of Rock Cleveland Benefit, featuring some powerful local female musicians and female-lead bands! Come hang for awesome music, raffles, great people, and an excellent cause! A fine way to spend a Monday evening! Plus, School of Rock Cleveland’s own, Tommy Rich, will be hosting!
Presented by Hear In Colors
November 10, 2014 (a Monday)
FREE cover, but suggested donation of $10
7pm – 12am
Regardless of what you can afford to donate, whether it’s $0 or $100, your presence and support is more than appreciated! Proceeds will be going to SOR scholarships and toward new projects for the kids… Our goal is to hit $2,000. Let’s see what we can do!
So, who is performing?…
CHECK OUT OUR SWEET LINEUP (in order):
DJ Candi Fresca (Candice Hardin)
DJ Red-I (Brittany Benton)… She will be spinning between performers and ending the night for us!
Backstage Politics (2014’s Tri-C Rock-Off winners, and all School of Rock students!)
Q: What is School of Rock?
A: SOR provides music lessons and summer music camps for student musicians, ages 7-18+, of all skill levels.
“Students in the School of Rock music program are learning how to play by jamming together with his or her fellow students. By taking the focus off the individual and creating a team dynamic, students enjoy a more supportive and motivating environment in which to learn.
As a result, kids feel more inspired to excel and to help their team to victory at the big show. More importantly, the team dynamic makes it fun to practice and allows kids to become more invested in the learning process.”
– (http://www.schoolofrock.com/benefits-beyond-music) –
Special thanks to our current supporters:
School of Rock Cleveland (Tommy Rich and staff)
Kathy Grog Shop Simkoff
Cleveland Scene Magazine (Jeff Niesel)
The Heights Observer (James Henke)
WRUW-FM 91.1 Cleveland
… and (of course) all of the performers!