sound for scoliosis - rock the lumbar - all tribute band concert!
Saturday 25th February 2012 6:00PM (Saturday 25th February 2012 6:00PM)
Rock the Lumbar: is the original and cover Band music series brought to you by Sound for Scoliosis.
Rock the Lumbar is a monthly benefit show featuring the best of the best in the Cover Band and Original music world raising money for a good cause, the sound for scoliosis. Sound for Scoliosis supports the National Scoliosis Foundation, the Pa Chapter of the National Scoliosis Foundation to further research and education throughout NEPA
OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE: Sunday 12/25/2011 8:30 PM EST
From the desk of Lucia Maria Piccolino Peregrim with Sound for Scoliosis, NEPA Chapter of the National Scoliosis Foundation.
It is with great pride and honor that I am "officially" announcing the line up for our FIRST EVER "Rock the Lumbar..All Tribute Band Concert" at the Stone Elephant in Olyphant, Pa. on February 25th 2012. This is the first in a series of 3 tribute shows lined up for 2012. Let me tell ya.. the Wilkes Barre/Scranton area has never seen anything like this! These shows will be the biggest shows in NEPA for 2012.
So, without further delay, here is the line up for February 25th!
RUNAWAY... Bon Jovi Tribute from Iselin, N.J.
ASIZ...Rush Tribute from Wilkes Barre/Scranton, Pa
BEAUTIFUL DAY...U2 Tribute from Wantagh, N.Y.
BLACKOUT...Scorpions Tribute from Kings Park, N.Y.
CA/CD...AC/DC Tribute from the Lehigh Valley, Pa.
Special "LOCAL" guest opening band:
dED&BURYd~~who will be performing a special Black Sabbath set as well!
Tickets $9 in advance, $12 day of show. More information to follow.
I would like to thank ALL of the bands for taking time out of their busy schedules to bring their talents to the Wilkes Barre area, Kudos to all of you!! Keep posted for ticket information coming very soon.
Don't forget to check out Crobot at https://www.facebook.com/Crobotband?ref=ts and give them a like while your there because they did this mass invite of all my 4000+ friends to know about this!