Final week, 11E1even Group, at the side of Nugs.television and Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, raised $100,000 for coronavirus relief with announced their new digital content series, “Live From Out There.” The festival continues this weekend with the lineup in the schedule below.
“I’m seeing this just like any curated channel,” said Ben Baruch, owner of 11E1even Group. “This is a crazy time for every single person and company, big or small…we’re all feeling it, so let’s figure out how to come together from the confines of our own home, stay positive, watch great content and raise money for those in need while doing so. I want music, comedy, cooking shows, infomercials, masterclasses and more. Who knows what other talents your favorite musicians may have and I’m excited to show it. We have been working on this nonstop for last week and very excited about what we have coming.”
Proceeds from each subscription will benefit Sweet Relief’s COVID-19 Fund, a company utilizing donor-directed funding to offer quick help, lodging, clothes, meals and extra to the musicians and crew concerned within the collection in addition to music trade employees and artists who’ve suffered a lack of earnings as a result of current outbreak and ensuing restrictions positioned on dwell occasions and gatherings. Head here to donate or get involved.
Fender has graciously donated a Vintera 50’s Telecaster (Fiesta Pink) & Vintera 50’s Precision Bass (Dakota Pink) to Reside From Out There and Candy Aid Musicians Fund. Two successful subscribers might be picked at random and obtain a brand new instrument.