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Every once in awhile a cool event comes along and we wanna be involved! That’s why for the second year we’re proud to be media sponsors of Silicon Valley Rocks. Benefiting Music in Schools Today (MuST), SV Rocks is 7 bands comprised of at least one exec from the tech community.
Tech professionals by day, rockers by night – on December 9 at the Great American Music Hall, they’ll pick up their instruments and venture onto the big stage to let their alter egos shine… for a good cause and the love of music.
Silicon Valley Rocks 2009 will bring together the Valley’s tech community – from VCs and entrepreneurs to bloggers and software developers – to raise money for Music in Schools Today (MuST), a Bay Area non-profit that seeks to rescue music programs from budget cuts.
The second annual showcase will once again feature Silicon Valley bands and original rockers who will entertain and amuse your entire social graph. Friends of the Highway Girl can save $5 off tickets at all pricing levels by clicking here.
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Every once in awhile a cool event comes along and we wanna be involved! That’s why we’re proud to be media sponsors of Silicon
Valley Rocks. Benefiting Music in Schools Today (MuST), SV Rocks is 7 bands comprised of at least one exec from the tech community. Don’t miss this great event Dec 3 at the Great American Music Hall! AND if you’d like to win 2 tickets, send me an email at email@example.com or subscribe to the show at http://www.thehighwaygirl.com and you’re automatically entered to win!
Here’s the lineup:
* KEVIN MANEY & HIS BRIEFS—HTTP://CDBABY.COM/CD/KEVINMANEY
* THE MINKS—HTTP://WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEMINKS
* THE MUSIC LOVERS—HTTP://WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEMUSICLOVERS
* THE OPEN SOURCE BAND FEATURING JONAH
* SPIN CONTROL FEATURING DON CLARK AND PAUL BERGEVIN
For more information, visit http://www.svrocks.com
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