SING OUT FOR SEVA with The Blind Boys of AlabamaAugust 21, 2013
Join us on November 2 for a special night with The Blind Boys of Alabama, Dumpstaphunk & Hot Tune as we celebrate 35 years of the SEVA Foundation! Full info below. Tickets on sale now: http://bit.ly/13RBeBQ
SING OUT FOR SEVA
Celebrating 35 Years of Service
The Blind Boys of Alabama
Dumpstaphunk & Hot Tuna
with special guests
hosted by Wavy Gravy
Seva Foundation’s 35th Anniversary Benefit Concert brings together an eclectic mix of soulful musicians from across the country. This is sure to be an amazing event!
Hot Tuna – an American classic blues & rock band features: Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Cassady & Barry Mitterhoff
Dumpstaphunk – the New Orleans funk & groove, rock & roll band features second generation Neville Brothers’ family members: Ivan Neville & Ian Neville, plus Tony Hall, Nick Daniels & Nikki Glaspie
The Blind Boys of Alabama – five time Grammy Award winning living legends of Gospel features: Joey Williams, Eric McKinnie, Jimmy Carter, Tracy Pierce, Bishop Billy Bowers, Peter Levin & Ben Moorey
Wavy Gravy – hippy icon, emcee extraordinaire
Seva Foundation, a Berkeley based non-profit organization dedicated to serving humanity was founded in 1978 by Wavy Gravy, Ram Dass and a group of renowned public health experts. Seva is internationally renowned for its work restoring sight for blind people in rural places around the world. To date Seva and its partners have provided more than 3.5 million cataract surgeries in 15 countries. Please visit www.seva.org for more information about Seva’s work and their 35 year history of producing benefit concerts.
A limited number of VIP tickets are available for this show – please visit www.seva.org for more information.
All proceeds will benefit Seva Foundation’s work around the world.
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