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March 23, 2010
Sideways Media, Black Unicorn Music, Strange Machine Entertainment are
thrilled to announce the release of “Uncovering a Cure.”
Some of the most thriving and eclectic bands lent their talents to this
collaborative collection of captivating interpretations of a few of the
world’s biggest and most memorable classics. Enjoy live music and a
great party to celebrate the release of "Uncovering a Cure," a
collection of great songs recorded by talented musicians, specifically
for APLA. Playlist includes “She’s so Heavy” by the Ruby Friedman
Orchestra, “Poker Face” by Leftover Cuties, “Time of the Season” by Oh
Darling and “All My Friends” by Vanaprasta.
Don’t miss an evening of great music benefiting APLA.
Tuesday, March 30, doors open at 7:00 pm, bands start at 7:30 pm
9009 Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90069
To see a complete list of bands or get more information, please
Visit the “Uncovering a Cure” Facebook page and become a fan!
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