Events

2017 SUMMER BENEFIT FOR THE ACLU.

JUNE 10th was a night to remember!

Grammy-nominee and award-winning artist Sophie B. Hawkins rocked Stage One/FTC on Saturday, June 10th with Run Jenny & Eric Himan opening up the night. Proceeds from this concert went to the ACLU (The American Civil Liberties Union) and ACLU CT. And we were a small business sponsor of Triangle Community Center’s #PrideinthePark. Plus we hosted a killer brunch at a private Rowayton estate the next day in solidarity with the Equality March for Unity and Pride happening in DC.

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We're excited to share another great Pride event happening on June 10th in Fairfield. All Sounds Fair will be hosting…

Posted by Triangle Community Center on Thursday, May 11, 2017


A YEAR IN REVIEW: 2016 was our busy “start-up” year!

We ended it with a rousing benefit that was part of the Concert Across America To End Gun Violence. Proceeds went to One Orlando Fund in response to the Pulse nightclub tragedy. Now it’s a new year and we’re all still reeling from the outcome of the election. The LGBTQ community is a resilient one and we’re no stranger to protests and fighting for what’s right. So that’s what we’re going to continue to do. We’ll oppose tyranny with harmony. Stay tuned for an event during June’s National Pride March weekend in Washington, DC. 

 

FEBRUARY 2016

Musically-diverse songwriters & musicians came together in Los Angeles on Feb 9th, as part of the inaugural All Sounds Fair benefit show at Hotel Cafe. Onward with Love (OwL), the musical collaboration of singer-songwriter Amy Correia and progressive rock guitarist Paul Masvidal and Tina Schlieske headlined the benefit. Masvidal is best known for fronting the influential progressive rock group, Cynic. Correia is the Independent Music Award-winning singer-songwriter who has toured with various artists from Marc Cohen to Chrissie Hynde. Tina Schlieske is an acclaimed singer/songwriter who headlines Tina and the B Sides, Lola and the Red Family Band and Tina Schlieske & the Graceland Exiles. Concord Bicycle Music sponsored the night and ticket proceeds went to the Los Angeles LGBT Center.

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MARCH 2016

All Sounds Fair traveled to Austin, TX in March to host a series of meet-n-greets to introduce ourselves to the music-loving community of SXSW. We hit up various showcases and everyone we met got a pair of custom All Sounds Fair ear buds at our “Swag & Sway” street greets. From Oilcan Harry’s during #therepubliqfest2016, South Congress street during #SXSJ and The Market & Tap Room during #TCASXSW…Highlights included hitting up Perez Hilton’s popular showcase: One Night in Austin, and the incredible performances of Troye Sivan, Sick of Sarah, Peaches, The Spook School and acclaimed rapper, Le1f. 

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MAY 2016

In light of the horrible anti-LGBTQ law (HB2) that was passed by North Carolina’s Governor Pat McCrory, we traveled to Charlotte, NC and held a benefit for the non-profit Transcend Charlotte. Transcend educates individuals, groups, and communities on topics misunderstood by the majority culture as well as provides support groups, basic needs services and programs to the transgender community. The event took place at Hattie’s Tap and Tavern in the Plaza Midwood section of Charlotte and headliners included Lara Americo & her trio and one of Charlotte’s best bands–Hectorina. Pure Pizza, Lagunitas Brewery and Hattie’s rounded out the night by donating superior items to our on-site auction as well.

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SEPTEMBER 2016

On Sunday, September 25th, Run Jenny, Mike Cobb & The Crevulators and Lara Americo/Joanne Spataro rocked Bridge Street Live in Collinsville, Connecticut. This event was part of The Concert Across America To End Gun Violence: remembersept25.org  Ticket proceeds went to the One Orlando Fund.  Sister Funk has been the recipients of many music awards in CT, with the release of their new music branded under the name Run Jenny their song Get My Whiskey On was nominated by OutMusic Awards for best country song. Mike Cobb & The Crevulators is a Southwestern-flavored rockabilly-band that has made a strong impact on the New York country music scene. Lara Americo, our trans activist from our NC benefit joined us once again to perform, as did here partner, Joanne Spataro.  Spataro has been a regular co-host at Charlotte Pride for three years. She also appears on WCCB Edge weeknights at 10:30 p.m. to spin the biggest political and pop culture news of the day. Creative Loafing named her one of the 15 people to watch in 2015.

 

WATCH OUR CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS BELOW:

 

Hectorina – “Why Should I Wait”

 

OwL “Kali in my arms”

 

Tina Schlieske “Scars of a Slow Burn”

Mike Cobb & The Crevulators “Clowns”

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A highlight from our Orlando benefit last Sunday – Mike Cobb & The Crevulators performing "Clowns" Definitely an #allsoundsfairfavorite #throwbackthursday #concertacrossamerica #endgunviolence #collinsville #ct #bridgestreetlive #mikecobbandthecrevulators

Posted by All Sounds Fair on Thursday, September 29, 2016

 

RunJenny –  “Goodbye”

Lara Americo – “The Infinite Lifespan of Antimatter”