One Drop for Haiti: Buffalo musicians come together to raise money and awareness for Haiti relief and reconstruction.

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On April second 2010 The Good Neighborhood, Asakivle, and Pearl Street Grill & Brewery, teamed up with six Western NY musicians to support a continuing effort toward the reconstruction of earthquake devastated Haiti.  

The Good Neighborhood is a Buffalo-based company that pairs performers with common causes to create gatherings for the common good.

Asakivle -Friends of Haiti is a local organization that has long been dedicated to fundraising and participating in the building of educational facilities, clean water filtration systems , and agricultural sustainability in rural Haiti.

For this event Franck Desire (founder of Asakivle) collaborated with Seamus Gallivan (founder of The Good Neighborhood) to pull together a “One Drop” reggae band including:


Emile Latimer, Eric Crittenden, Lazlo Hollyfeld drummer Matt Felski, Peanut Brittle Satellite bassist Ian Machniak and guitarist Zack Mikida, along with Syracuse-based vocalist Amy Ryan.

 

 

tags: the good neighborhood asakivle emile latimer eric crittenden matt felski ian machniak zack mikida amy ryan marie wustner sean mcelroy artvoice tv seamus gallivan franck desire fundrraising for haiti haiti relief help haiti
credits: Sean McElroy (videographer) / Marie Wustner (videographer/ editor) /
posted on 04/14/2010


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