Battle Of The Bands Benefits Alzheimer's Association

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Life Care Centers of America, Lee University and Regenerate Music Co. will host Battle of the Bands on Thursday, Oct. 21, at 7 p.m. to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association.

The concert will be held at the Dixon Center on Lee University’s campus, located at the corner of 11th and Church Streets.

The bands represent a wide variety of musical styles, from bluegrass and country to piano-pop and rock and roll.

The lineup is:
Bartlee Norton & 64 Highway
Dinner and a Suit
Infinite Orange
Kaleb Stock
Mountain Cove Bluegrass Band
Shutter

The bands will support the fight against Alzheimer’s disease while competing for four days of professional studio recording time at First Street Studio in Cleveland.

Members of the winning band will work with producer Tyler Orr, who has produced albums for notable groups such as Rookie of the Year, As Cities Burn and Cory Chisel and the Wandering Sons. The recording time is a $5,000 value.

Community members of all ages are invited to attend the event. Tickets will be sold at the door for $10 and will include a chance to win a grand prize. Concessions will also be available.

Program tributes for those with Alzheimer’s disease, as well as ad spaces, are being sold through Friday and can be purchased at www.lcca.com/botb.

All proceeds will benefit the Alzheimer’s Association. For more information, call Tanya Bumgardner, event coordinator, at 473-6115.


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