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Sing To Stop Domestic Violence 

When: Sat., July 14, 2-10 p.m.
Phone: 724-882-0407
Email: james@lastbigthingproductions.com
Price: Free
www.facebook.com/singtostop
Proceeds will benefit two local nonprofit organizations, Alle-Kiski Area Hope Center, and Center for Victims, along with a national nonprofit, Songbird Sings. In addition to seven local musical acts, rock music pioneer Robin Lane will join the lineup. Lane and her band, The Chartbusters, lit up the Boston music scene in the late 70’s and early 80’s, fueling their rise to national recognition. Their hit song, When Things Go Wrong, was the featured at the top of the second hour of MTV’s first day on air in 1981. Prior to the Chartbusters, the sultry-voiced Lane sang backup with Neil Young.

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