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Three of Hearts: A Benefit for The Family Center Feb 18 in NYC


From a media release:

THREE OF HEARTS: A BENEFIT FOR THE FAMILY CENTER
FEATURING BETH ARENTSEN, MARK ANTHONY LEE, & LINDSEY WILSON
February 18 at 7:00pm
at Joe's Pub, New York City

NEW YORK CITY
- Beth Arentsen, Mark Anthony Lee, and Lindsey Wilson return to Joe's Pub for an unforgettable evening of song to benefit The Family Center, a NYC-based organization that works to create a more secure present and future for children whose parents have a life-threatening illness by providing comprehensive legal and social services, education, and research. Their work is fueled by the belief that every child deserves an answer to the question: Who Will Take Care of Me?

Three of Hearts uses music as a catalyst for raising awareness about socio-cultural concerns in our community while entertaining audiences with some of the best independent musicians and vocalists from different corners of the NYC music scene. Known as the vivacious lead singer of the funk-jazz collective P-1, Beth Arentsen brings her intricate, piano-based stories of love and loss from her critically acclaimed albums, Sap and Nicer, to the Joe's Pub stage while Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist Lindsey Wilson enchants with a set of her mellifluous "electrified folk-jazz" melodies. Bridging the two sensibilities is Mark Anthony Lee, who interprets and illuminates hidden gems from icons of folk, pop, and R&B through his singularly soulful and sophisticated voice.

All proceeds from Three of Hearts will benefit The Family Center.

FEATURING BETH ARENTSEN, MARK ANTHONY LEE, & LINDSEY WILSON
February 18 at 7:00pm
at Joe's Pub, New York City
$20

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