PGroove to donate portion of Amberland profit to tornado relief (Video)

 

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PGroove in 2010 (Photo: Chris Hight)

Unless you have been hanging with the Fraggles under a rock, you know that the devastation from the recent record setting tornadoes has been astonishing, particularly in Alabama. As musicians are known to do, PGroove has stepped up to the plate to help in what could be a major way.

Their annual event, Amberland, which is held each Memorial Day weekend now has a mission beyond that of its normal face melting, hanging with friends, etc. This year, Perpetual Groove has decided to donate a significant amount of the proceeds from ticket sales to the Red Cross, and more specifically to Red Cross relief specific to the affected areas.

In a video (see below), PGroove percussion section members, Adam Perry (bass) and Albert Suttle (drums) relay their thoughts on the recent events as well as how they intend to help.

For more information on Amberland, log on to www.PGroove.com

 


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