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Help Hurricane Katrina Victims; Bacilos to Perform at Macarena to Benefit the American Red Cross

HispanicWire is announcing that Bacilos, the multiple award winning and current Latin Grammy nominee band, will be performing along with friends all their latest to aid victims of Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf Coast. All proceeds to benefit the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.

WHO:

Winner of the 2003 Grammy for 'Best Latin Pop Album' and several Latin Grammy
awards, among others, Bacilos is one of the most popular and sought-after bands in Latin America and the U.S. The Miami-based Bacilos recently received a Latin Gramy nomination under the category 'Best Pop Album by A Duo or Group with Vocal' for the critically acclaimed SinVerg'enza (Shameless), produced by the late Tom Capone (Gilberto Gil, Maria Rita), Juan Zambrano (Celia Cruz, Ricky Martin) and Bacilos.

WHEN:

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 9 PM
Minimum donation: $30 (all proceed to benefit the American Red Cross)

WHERE:

MACARENA
1334 WASHINGTON AVE
MIAMI BEACH, FL.
33139

WHY:

It's hard to watch what is happening around the Gulf Coast and not feel helpless at one of the worst disasters in our history. We CAN and WILL help the thousands that have lost their beloved ones, were left homeless and devastated by Hurricane Katrina.

Every dollar from the proceeds of the Bacilos and Friends Benefit Concert will be donated to the American Red Cross. Please help us, spread the word by announcing the concert on the air, printing the details on your publication, posting the information on your website or by passing this fax to a colleague or friend.

For those that can't be present Bacilos has asked to make donations by calling
1-800-HELP (1-800-435-7669) or log on to http://www.redcross.org.

PLEASE CONFIRM ATTENDANCE ASAP, CAPACITY IS LIMITED.

FOR CREDENTIALS OR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL: MARCELLA CUONZO-CARLSON @ 310-471-7626 or email: info@marcellapr.com

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CONTACT:
Marcella Cuonzo-Carlson
310-471-7626
info@marcellapr.com
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