[Date Prev][Date Next][Date Index]

GLIN==> Concert to Restore the Lakes

Great Lakes United and Great Lakes Aid Present:


February 2, 2007
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Cleveland, Ohio

Grammy-nominated Liquid Soul will be playing their unique brand of jazz-funk at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in benefit of Great Lakes restoration and protection.

Presented by Great Lakes United and Great Lakes Aid, the February 2nd show will be a night of extraordinary music at a venue that sits on the shore of one of the basin’s most environmentally troubled lakes, Lake Erie.

Indeed, the Great Lakes flow through the veins of Liquid Soul, who exploded from the Chicago underground jazz scene in the mid-1990s. In the years since, Liquid Soul has evolved to become a musical compendium of sounds and styles that start with jazz and embrace hip-hop, R&B, dance, funk, techno, world, and spoken-word.

Now, having crisscrossed the North American jazz festival circuit, opened for Sting, and crashed into the minds of audiences across the world, Liquid Soul comes to Cleveland to press the need to protect the Great Lakes and the communities that they support.

All proceeds of the event go toward the restoration and protection of the Great Lakes. For more information visit www.glu.org/liquidsoul.

What:       Liquid Soul Concert
When:      Friday, February 2, 2007
Where:     Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland, Ohio
Tickets:    $25 and available at Ticket Master and the Rock &                     Roll Hall of Fame box office, 216-781-7625
Why:        To raise funds to protect and restore the Great Lakes

Find out more:

For more information on the concert contact:

Tom Fuhrman
Great Lakes United
(814) 566-9319


Great Lakes United: www.glu.org
Great Lakes Aid: www.greatlakesaid.org
Liquid Soul: www.liquidsoul.com


Brent Gibson
Communications Coordinator
Great Lakes United
Celebrating 25 years of Great Lakes Protection
Join us in Toronto June 15-17 for our 25th Annual General Meeting!
For more information visit