Posts Tagged ‘The Beatles’

Harmonious Music to Perform at Haiti Relief Benefit


Middletown High School in Orange County, New York will be the site of a Haitian relief benefit concert.

Harmonious Music will perform in a Benefit Cabaret Performance at Middletown High School on Friday, April 30 at 7 p.m. This show is a benefit for the survivors of the Haitian earthquake of 2010.

Performances will include music scanning six decades, from The Shirelles and Stevie Wonder to The Beatles, Greenday and The Ramones. Classical selections, acoustic trios and creative storytellers round out the show. This evening’s worth of affordable family fun will help ship needed supplies to our friends and family in Haiti.

Come join the Middletown community as they support efforts to help Haiti recover and rebuild from the devastating earthquakes that shook their world. Come support Haiti Relief Fund 2010!

Tickets are available at the door for donations of $3 (students) – $5 (adults). Children under 6 are free.

…Teachers keep on teachin’
Preachers keep on preachin’
World keep on turnin’
Cause it won’t be too long
Till we reach the higher ground.

~Stevie Wonder, “Higher Ground”


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Exuberant Announcements

It is with great exuberance that I am writing my first blog on our new website

Music has always been a huge part of my life. Some of my earliest memories have involved music. One such recollection is of joyfully laying on my parents old golden cigarette, burned wall-to-wall rug listening to The Beatles and Simon and Garfunkel at 33rpm.

That excitement still remains today, whether I’m listening to Charles Mingus driving down the road, performing at CD release parties to intimate groups of 50 or playing to crowds of 1,000s over an open field. It’s truly amazing, now I can even broadcast my own recordings over the internet and share them with others all for free.

So it’s with a high level of jubilation that I post my first blog out to cyberspace all while writing about one of my favorite subject matters music.

Think back, what exuberance has music brought into your life? Please share some of your personal memories about music whether it be the song that was played on your wedding day or just a new song you heard on the radio driving to work this morning.