NEW YORK Feb. 23, 2011 Ken Kragen Home Aid November 18-19, 2011 Nashville, TN New Orleans, LA
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Now Kragen is enlisting artists to contribute video and live performances to appear on the HomeAid.net website. Funds raised from the event will go to Home Aid and other nonprofits that fight homelessness and help those who are homeless due to natural disasters.
Ken Kragen David Mathison
While teaming up with Kragen will help Home Aid secure major celebrities and performers, the producers expect much of the event to be driven by grassroots fan participation.
"You don’t have to donate money to make a difference," said Mathison. "I want fans out there to tweet their favorite artists or email their booking agents, and tell them to be part of this event. With 2010 being the worst year on record for CD sales and touring, we want to offer artists a whole new platform for promotion, with almost limitless reach."
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Home Aid America is a leading national non-profit provider of housing for today’s homeless. The organization builds and maintains shelters where homeless families and individuals, more than one million of whom are children, can rebuild their lives.
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