Broken Glow Releases Tribute to Late member Brenner Eugenides
Thu, 26 Jul 2012 11:47:53
Brenner Eugenides, a talented young musician in the band Broken Glow, died of Type 1 diabetes. As a tribute to Brenner and to raise awareness of type 1 diabetes, Broken Glow and six other musical artists held a tribute concert at Spike Hill in April. These performances were recorded and are for sale in an online fund raising event to benefit JDRF --formerly known as the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, which is the leading global organization focused on Type 1 diabetes (T1D) research and education.
It's for such a good cause that you must check out.
The EP of the emotional live performances features two songs by Broken Glow, Great War and Portrait of a Madman as well as tracks by Cousin Sleaze, Golden Age of Transit, Chicks Throwing Bricks, Jim Earl and Michael Benham. The eight track EP can be purchased for $15.99 at www.hotathon.com, through Aug. 31. A minimum of 90% of the purchase price goes directly to JDRF.
Check out some live footage below:
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