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Concrete Blonde Makes Rare Concert Appearance at Fundraiser

Posted by Levine Communications Office on November 28, 2011

While Boise fans are aching for a return from Concrete Blonde to the Treasure Valley, potential students of the Boise Rock School can rejoice. The recently reformed alt rockers made this an especially exciting Thanksgiving week for music fans and aspiring young musicians. The band made a rare, surprise appearance, billed as Johnette Napolitano, at Soundbite Studios in Los Angeles to help raise funds for the Rock School Scholarship Fund (www.rockschoolfund.org), a 501(c)3 nonprofit that provides tuition and instruments to kids seven – 17 who want to attend any rock music school in the country, but whose parents do not have the financial means. Boise Rock School is just such entity.

Johnette played many of her hits including “Joey”, “Caroline”, “Ghost of a Texas Ladies’ Man” “God Is A Bullet” and “Everybody Knows.”  Rock school bands The Kingstons and Blacktop Saints also took to the stage for sets before and after Johnette.

One Response to “Concrete Blonde Makes Rare Concert Appearance at Fundraiser”

  1. There’s a vast amount of information on the web site you’ve started. Cheers.

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