New date for All Together Now concert
Tuesday, 14 April 2020
alltogethernowupdatedlogoA growing list of prominent entertainers has been pledging participation in the event
USA - All Together Now, the online concert event helping the City of Los Angeles during the coronavirus pandemic, has been rescheduled for 25 April. The concert, organised by Rock Cellar Productions, in association with the Get Together Foundation is set to be a major and significant relief effort to help Angelenos cope with the severe restrictions imposed on everyone during this dangerous and uncertain time of the novel coronavirus crisis.
The show, previously planned for 18 April, will be broadcast through Alert the Globe (www.alerttheglobe.com) and available free to anyone who wants to see it.
The concert will feature an array of singers, songwriters, musicians, actors, authors, comedians, and celebrities of all sorts “coming together to perform and send positive messages out to the City of Los Angeles and the world”.
A growing list of prominent entertainers has been pledging participation in the event, including Smokey Robinson, Rick Springfield, Mindi Abair, Paul Rodgers, Melissa Manchester, Micky Thomas (Jefferson Starship), Mary Wilson (The Supremes), Micky Dolenz (The Monkees), Bobcat Goldthwait and dozens more, joining the previously announced participants Jeff Bridges, Mike Love (The Beach Boys), Lisa Loeb, Steve Lukather (Toto), Vonda Shepard, Peter Beckett (Player), Alan Parsons Live Project, and Jesse Colin Young. The list continues to grow, and further updates will be announced in the weeks leading up to this landmark event.
Keeping with the strict “stay at home” regulations of health authorities and the guidance of local, state, and federal government officials, this virtual streaming event will give fans their music fix in the comfort of their own homes.
Viewers can donate to the L.A. City Coronavirus Relief Fund (https://mayorsfundla.org/covid19/) through a direct donation button or a text message appeal. 100% of the money raised will go directly to this relief fund to help Los Angeles support families and small businesses, relieve healthcare workers, provide critical medical resources, provide services to the unhoused, and fund research for COVID-19.
(Jim Evans)

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