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|Beatles promoter Sid Bernstein to speak tomorrow in Greenwich Village|
[Posted by Dave Haber on Friday, 01/28/11 4:33 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
The Smile Revolution 2nd Fundraising Concert will take place tomorrow, January 29, in Greenwich Village. The mission of the concert is "to raise awareness to the healing power of a genuine smile."
Famous Beatles promotor Sid Bernstein will speak at the show. The concert will feature Princess WOW! About Princess WOW!, Pete Seeger said, "Don't just listen to Princess WOW!, also look at her," and the Times Herald Record said, "Princess WOW! is gonna start a revolution, one smile at a time."
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The concert will also feature Such As Us, an incredible folk rock group based in NYC, and Roland (Victorio Roland Mousaa), Native American fold rock singer.
Other performers will include Richard Barone, Candy John Carr, Lisa Lowell, Deni Bonet, James Cannings, Constance Haumann and other inspired performers.
The concert takes place at Le Poisson Rouge Tomorrow, Saturday, January 29th. Le Poisson Rouge is located at 158 Bleeker Street, Greenwich Village (between Sullivan and Thompson St). The doors open at Noon, the show will be from 1 to 4pm. Tickets are $15, kids under 12 free. For tickts visit lepoissonrouge.com or call 212-505-3474.
For more information, check out www.thesmilerevolution.com and www.theprincessofwow.com. Donations to benefit Leonard Peltier's Defense Committee, whoisleonardpeltier.info.
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