2263 MAY 30, 2011 PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Andy Frasco and Friends to perform benefit for MusicGarage.Org Youth Music Programs Acclaimed Los Angeles musician to join SLC locals to benefit non-profit Utah Arts Alliance Salt Lake City, UT - Andy Frasco, a nationally-acclaimed singer-songwriter and bandleader will headline a benefit concert for the MusicGarage.Org youth music performance and recording programs on June 10 at 9:00 pm at Bar Deluxe, 666 South State Street in Salt Lake City. Admission to the show is free with sponsor and cash donations benefiting MsicGarage.Org, a program of the non-profit Utah Arts Alliance The event, "Flip-Flop Flim-Flam" will not only include Fransco's performance, but will be a visual and audio display of local artists including performance arts segments, a CD Release performance for Colin Robison's Honest Soul band and a set from local jam band Fry Sauce. The event is expected to end with a jam session. Proceeds from a raffle, with various prizes donated by local and national companies will benefit the MusicGarage.Org rehearsal, recording and performance programs. EVENT DETAILS Date & Time: June 10, 2011 - 9:00 pm Location: Bar Deluxe, 666 South State Street, SLC UT 84111 Admission: Free ABOUT MUSICGARAGE.ORG MusicGarage.Org is a program of the Utah Arts Alliance that provides rehearsal, performance and recording training, mentoring and advocacy for all ages and styles. Founded in 2009 by musician and producer Steve Auerbach, MusicGarage.Org operates in partnership with; Utah Arts Alliance, Sony Creative Software, Midnight Records, Granite School District, Salt Lake City School District, Herc's Living Room Recording Studio, Park City School District, Uwanna Records?, Deer Valley Resort, Mountain Town Music, Desert Rocks Music Festival and the Utah Arts Festival among others. CONTACTS ANDY FRASCO - Nikole Bain at kolee13@hotmail.com or 801-688-3690 MUSICGARAGE - Steve Auerbach at steve@musicgarage.org or 801-577-2263 BAR DELUXE - Kaci Tokumoto at princesskachi@hotmail.com or 801-232-1905

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