Monday, December 9, 2013

Boston Does Boston Vols. 1&2 – To Benefit The Animal Rescue League of Boston

26 record songs, 16 live bands, 3 nights, 2 venues, 1 cause.

Boston Does Boston is a startup benefit series, where diverse musicians and bands of the local music scene re-interpret each other's material for charity CDs and live events. All sales and ticket proceeds to benefit the Animal Rescue League of Boston. If you haven’t heard Sarah Rabdau & Self-Employed Assassins cover Dead Cats Dead Rats’ “No God in Massachusetts”, then you haven’t lived yet.


Twenty-six of today’s most exciting Boston bands contributed to the two volume CD set and sixteen of them will be performing over a three night period at two staple music venues between Friday, December 13th and Sunday December 15th. View the official Facebook Event Page, follow Boston Does Boston on Facebook for additional details and stream a songs on Bandcamp today.

A charity near and dear to my heart, this sexy beast is an Animal Rescue League alum.

Pinkerton is 2.5 years old. He's a rescue kitten. He runs my Instagram account.



(December 13th) Township, Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents, The Michael J. Esptein Memorial Library, Nemes, Here We Just Dream tickets $12 – click here to secure your tickets 18+ w/ I.D., doors at 8pm

(December 14th) Dead Cats Dead Rats, I Pistol, The Lights Out, Mr. Vertigo, Reverse tickets $12 – click here to secure your tickets 21+ w/ I.D., doors at 8pm

(December 15th) Three Day Threshold, Garvy J., The Luxury, Gene Dante & The Future Starlets, Sarah Rabdau & Self- Employed Assassins, Corin Ashley tickets $12 – click here to secure your tickets 21+ w/ I.D., doors at 8p 

About Boston Does Boston


Inspired by 1996 compilation, Burlington Does Burlington (Good Citizen Records), The Luxury’s guitarist/vocalist Jason Dunn pondered the recreation of the idea in Boston – “[Boston Does Boston] would be a way to knit an often disparate music community more closely together and make an unapologetically big deal out of the talent in the area without competition, rivalry or falling under any corporate or business umbrella, just plain mutual appreciation and tons and tons of talent on display.”

The idea continued with the production of CDs and CD release parties, giving all profits to The Animal Rescue League of Boston, where countless dogs, cats and other animals are given a second lease on life after being rescued from streets or abusive or negligent homes.

Designs by Tyler Littwin.


2 comments:

  1. What a fabulous idea! Now if I could only find a babysitter...

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