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Its that time again.
The goal is to raise money and awareness for the fight against Cancer. Buy some socks, get a ticket for some incredible music, or just donate.
ALL CONTRIBUTIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE via the International Myeloma Foundation
Please join us on Tuesday, October 22nd to help in our eighth annual fight against
Myeloma. Enjoy musical performances, drink specials, the best cupcakes in
NYC, gift bags and the official Cancer Sucks socks. Everyone knows someone
who is been affected by Cancer, there has never been a better time to find a cure.
Music Against Myeloma
Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013
6:30PM - 9:30PM
The Cutting Room @ 44 E 32nd St.
$60 Advance Tickets
$75 At the Door
Find out more at www.musicagainstmyeloma.org
We are excited to announce the headlining act of the night: Lindsey Stirling
More about Lindsey:
There is no-one else like Lindsey Stirling. We are talking about a classically-trained violinist, from Gilbert, Arizona, entering a futuristic world of big beats and animation. Just months ago, Stirling was signed to Lady Gaga’s management company Atom Factory. Stirling’s debut album features twelve original tracks including viral smashes ‘Crystallize’, ‘Shadows’ and ‘Electric Daisy Violin’. Her song ‘Crystallize’ was the eighth most-viewed video on Youtube last year, racking up an incredible 63 million views and over 2.5 million subscribers.
She has created a new musical world where the romance of Celtic folk music and modern classical meet the infectious energy of dance and electronica.
Meet this year's hosts:
Music Against Myeloma was created in memory of Mark Rubin, who passed away from
Multiple Myeloma at age 43 on Nov. 27th, 1993. With a goal to raise awareness and
funds, Music Against Myeloma joins together with the International Myeloma Foundation
Myeloma is an oma, or tumor, involving myelo, or blood-producing cells in the
bone marrow. The cells affected are plasma cells (a type of white blood cell), which
are antibody- (immunoglobulin-) producing cells. A cancerous plasma cell is called
a myeloma cell. Myeloma is called multiple since there are frequently multiple
areas in the bones where tumors have developed. More at www.myeloma.org