California Women’s Music is hosting The Homebound Benefit Concert which brings together an eclectic group of women musicians with their fans from around the country to benefit those who have been affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic. This virtual concert will be held on Friday May 15th from 4:00pm -8:30pm PST.
It will be hosted on the California Women’s Music Facebook Page hosting multiple digital stages throughout the live feed. Supporters will have the ability to donate to California Women’s Music directly through a live link for the event.
- Paula Cole, GRAMMY-Winning singer-songwriter.
- Tracy Bonham, GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.
- Madame Gandhi, Music producer, drummer, and activist. Oprah 2020 Vision Tour.
- Izabelle, Canadian singer-songwriter.
- Mommy Rapper, American/Canadian clean rap artist and mother of four.
- Lauren Anderson, Award-winning Country artist.
- Effie Passero, Pianist, singer-songwriter.
California Women’s Music, a non-profit dedicated to advancing women in music, business, education and the fine arts. They are offering two funds for performers and women run businesses, including the Ivy Room music venue who were impacted by the Coronavirus.
Ivy Room is an historic, neighborhood bar in Albany, California that is known for hosting live music. The bar dates back to the early 1940’s. Its most beloved owner was Dottie MacBeath who owned the Ivy in the 1990’s, in addition to, a few other bars up and down San Pablo. The current owners Summer Gerbing and Lani Torres, who have both worked extensively in San Francisco establishments, took over in 2016.
Please consider donating at https://bit.ly/homeboundtour