Frank’s Theater in Bayonne to Take Part in Simulcast
Select Clearview Cinemas, Frank Theatres, Marquee Cinemas, National Amusements and Rave Cinemas in New Jersey to Showcase this Fundraising Concert at Madison Square Garden to Benefit the Robin Hood Relief Fund to Aid Victims of Hurricane Sandy
Florham Park, New Jersey, December 5, 2012 –In an effort to share the extraordinary “12-12-12” concert for Sandy Relief with many of those most impacted by this storm, Clear Channel Media and Entertainment, The Madison Square Garden Company and The Weinstein Company today announced that this unprecedented event will be simulcast live in select movie theaters in hurricane-affected areas throughout the tri-state region, including in eight Clearview Cinemas, two Frank Theatres, a Marquee Cinema, a National Amusements Multiplex and a Rave Cinemas Multiplex in New Jersey. This presentation will be FREE of charge to all attendees and complimentary refreshments will be provided.
Select Clearview Cinemas in Closter, Kinnelon, Ocean, Parsippany, Ridgewood, South Orange, Succasunna and Wayne; the Frank Theatres in Bayonne and Egg Harbor Township; a Marquee Cinema in Toms River; a National Amusements Multiplex in Edgewater; and a Rave Cinemas Multiplex in Hazlet will participate. Free tickets are available now at the participating theater box offices, and will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Clarence Clemons of the E Street Band Draws Large Crowd at “Right to Rock” Fundraising Event at B.B. King Blues Club New York
Pictured with Clarence Clemons is Jersey City student, Jade Adams of P.S. 29, recently performed with legendary E Street Band member Clarence Clemons at a fundraiser held by Little Kids RockonOct. 22 at B.B King Blues Club in New York City. The “Right to Rock” benefitraised over $160,000 to restore and revitalize music education in public schools nationwide. Adams, 12, performed Jailhouse Rock with Clarence Clemons and a student band from the Bronx. She also performed her original song, Change, with the student band, whom she met that evening. Adams’ song was selected as a grand prize winner in the 2009 Little Kids Rock songwriting contest.
Little Kids Rock currently reaches nearly 2500 underserved students in Jersey City and Newark, and over 42,000 nationwide. Here is a high-reolution photograph of Jade and Clarence at the event: