Get yours at Euclid Records at 601 E. Lockwood in Webster Groves or Vintage Vinyl at 6610 Delmar BLVd in U city.
We have had tremendous feedback from those who attended the St. Louis release party last Thursday! Comments such as “this is now my favorite CD in my collection” are being heard time and time again.
So if you’re in St. Louis, go get yourself a copy or two and enjoy the music!
The St. Louis CD release party was such an amazing night. Live music performed by some of the Butz family musicians, as well as singer/songwriter Brendan Bradley and awesome bluegrass music from the Wayward Mountaineers kept the party on beat! Harry’s Restaurant did a fabulous job hosting our event. Thanks to all who attended. You are all part of the band!
Mid-November, we will have the album available for sale online. Check back in a week or two to find out details!
Now time to gear up for the Seattle release party in December …. stay tuned, Seattle folks!
If you’re in Saint Louis, please join us for a party to celebrate the release of the album – Take you with me from the Angel Band Project.
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Hello Angel Band Project fans.
As you know, our beneficiary is The Voices & Faces Project, a national 501 (c) 3, that works toward ending sexual violence. Through our affiliation with this organization, we have learned a lot about the great work they’re doing. Now there’s an easy way for you to keep up with their ongoing efforts with the release of their newsletter.
In this issue you can read about founder and writer, Anne Ream’s recent trip to Atenco, Mexico where she documented the stories of rape survivors in that city.
There’s also an overview of “We Are the Stories We Tell: Writing About the Injustices We’ve Lived or Witnessed,” a workshop that The Voices and Faces Project recently developed for Northwestern University’s Buffett Center for International and Comparative Studies.
Future issues will feature information on the forthcoming Testimonial Writing Workshop, an introduction to “Off the Beaten Path: Violence, Women and Art,” and – of course! – The Angel Band Project. We’ll also ponder key questions related to the movement to end violence against women.
Sign up for the newsletter by sending an email to email@example.com We’re honored to be associated with this important work. Let’s hope the Angel Band Project can help further the cause even more. Check out the newsletter right here!