Tasche Fundraiser for Reading Partners!
Thursday, May 9, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)
Walnut Creek, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
I am hosting my first fundraiser with the assistance of Reading Partners and 1515 Restaurant and Lounge in Walnut Creek, CA. The date is set for May 9, 2013, 7-10pm. Ticket prices are $30 per person. We have limited space, so get your tickets earlier than later.
Here’s what you’ll get... the opportunity to help an organization that will offer one-on-one tutoring to over 1,900 students in urban and low-income areas with more than 2000 volunteer tutors at 39 partner schools in the San Francisco Bay Area. For more information check out www.readingpartners.org.
Next, if you come early you’ll be able to enjoy a 15% discount on dinner at a restaurant that has won Best of the East Bay consecutively since 2007! For more information and to make your reservations go to www.1515wc.com.
Finally, I’ll be performing with my band original songs from both of my CD’s "From the Soul" and "Tasche ...A Love Worth Fighting For" available on iTunes and Cdbaby.com. to hear samples got to... www.taschevibe.com/Music.html
So, come out and support us on this great night for a great cause with great food filled with great music!
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Thomas "Tasche" Cryer II
TASCHE is an independent Soul/Rock recording artist. He has performed internationally with many artists as the keyboardist and vocalist with Toni Tony Tone, Kenny Lattimore and the Sly and the Family Stone reunion band “The Original Family Stone”.
His solo debut CD “From The Soul” garnered international distribution deals in Japan and England. With his latest CD “…A Love Worth Fighting For” TASCHE has recently signed his third international distribution deal in Japan.
The sound of TASCHE features melodic, pop-infused grooves with integrity and a sense of truthfulness that is guaranteed to move your body and soul. Creating a genre all of his own, He blends the feel-good vibe of today’s contemporary music with intelligent lyrics and the sensibilities of jazz.