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Thirteen Pittsburgh-area musicians and WDVE morning show host Randy Baumann will donate their talent and time on Sept. 22 at a rock concert to benefit McKeesport-based Auberle.
The 11th annual Voices Carry concert at Stage AE on Pittsburgh's North Side will begin at 6:30 p.m. and continue with live music until 10:30 p.m. The concert is sponsored in part by Huntington Bank.
Performers scheduled to appear include Donnie Iris, Joe Grushecky, Chris Higbee, Melinda Collaizzi, Tony Janflone Jr., Sandy Dowe, Scott Blasey of The Clarks and others.
"Voices Carry is our largest event of the year and it's been one of the most exciting events in the city for the last 11 years," Auberle CEO John Lydon said.
"We are grateful that Pittsburgh's finest musicians and Randy Baumann donate their time each year to raise awareness about the work that Auberle does. It's a fun opportunity to celebrate with our supporters and introduce new people to Auberle."
Auberle is a nationally award-winning human service organization that changes lives for kids and families throughout eight counties in southwestern Pennsylvania. Auberle was named Agency of the Year in the United States by the Alliance for Children and Families, the largest network of human services organizations in the United States.
Voices Carry was launched to raise awareness and funds for Auberle’s 16 program areas that provide service to over 3,100 at-risk children and families each year. Last year’s event welcomed over 540 guests and raised over $130,000 for Auberle. For more information about the event, visit the website www.auberle.org/voices-carry.
(Photo courtesy Auberle.)
Originally published September 03, 2015.