End of Summer Music Bash: A Benefit Concert for Musicians Lifeline

END OF SUMMER MUSIC BASH: A BENEFIT CONCERT FOR MUSICIANS LIFELINE
PRESENTED BY JONATHAN “ROCK DOC” SCHNEIDER AND HIS BAND “RUNNING ON EMPTY”

Saturday, September 10, 2016
End of Summer Music Bash: Benefit for Musicians Lifeline Featuring:
Middleman-Burr, Running On Empty and Jonny Rosch and Friends!

RVP Studios
221 Bull Hill Lane, West Haven, CT 06516
Showtime: 8 PM. Doors open at 7 PM.
Cash Bar. Ages 21 and Over.
Phone: (203) 934-7579

Need a Cure for the End of those Summertime Blues? Here’s your prescription:

The “End of Summer Music Bash: A Benefit Concert for Musicians Lifeline” presented by Jonathan “Rock Doc” Schneider and his band of twelve talented musicians, “Running On Empty,” examine the music of Jackson Browne and “The Laurel Canyon Sound” on September 10, at RVP Studios in West Haven, CT, with Nashville hit songwriters Middleman-Burr and NYC’s Jonny Rosch and Friends.

Ticket sales benefit Musicians-Lifeline, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, dedicated to helping musicians in need. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at eventbrite.com. Go to www.runningonemptyband.com for more information.

ABOUT THE BENEFIT CONCERT
If you could put together a band of twelve musicians, each of whom has serious rock ‘n roll credentials, what music would you have them play? For Jonathan “Rock Doc” Schneider, a physician at Yale-New Haven Hospital, bass player and music supporter extraordinaire, it’s the music of Jackson Browne — and what became known in the 1960s — as the “Laurel Canyon sound.”

Turning the September 10 event into a benefit concert was obvious to Schneider, who recalled: “I was at a “No Nukes” concert in 1979, organized by Graham Nash, Bonnie Raitt, and John Hall. I became very inspired by Jackson Browne using his talents to raise awareness and funds for great causes. So I thought we, on a smaller scale, could do something similar that Jackson might approve of. And we do a few Bonnie Raitt covers as well.”

The All-Star triple bill for “End of Summer Music Bash: A Benefit Concert for Musicians Lifeline” features the 12 member band “Running On Empty: A Tribute to the Music of Jackson Browne & the Laurel Canyon Sound,” plus stellar performances by Nashville hit songwriters Middleman-Burr and NYC’s Jonny Rosch & Friends.

Special Guest MC for the show is Kristine Stone from SiriusXM.