The Pablove Across America Benefit Concert on November 21st at the Avalon has been expanded to include Band of Horses and Sea Wolf. The additions make the already strong line up a bit stronger, featuring Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Shirley Manson, and Tom Morello in acoustic and semi-acoustic sets.
The night is intended to welcome the return of Dangerbird Records co-founder Jeff Castelaz from a cross country bike trek to raise awareness for the Pablove Foundation, which focuses on child life programs and children's cancer research and treatment. Castelaz lost his 6-year old son, Pablo Thrailkill Castelaz, in June after a 13-month battle with cancer. All proceeds from the show go to the Foundation.
(Ticket info, interviews with Jeff after the Jump)
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Tickets are $35 (GA) and $65 VIP. Purchase them here
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Jeff's cross country route:
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