With inner city public school music programs on the chopping block, renowned alternative blues / hip-hop artist, G. Love, will headline an intimate evening at The Cutting Room in support of one of his favorite nonprofits – Little Kids Rock.

The organization is hosting its 3rd Annual Spring Jam event at the New York City rock club, which will also feature Great Caesar, a six-piece, Brooklyn-based band bringing together chamber rock and indie soul, as well as students from local public schools who participate in Little Kids Rock’s popular music programs.

Now in its third year, Spring Jam is an opportunity for fans to enjoy great music in an up-close, relaxed environment that showcases the musicians and the cause. Proceeds from the annual concerts have helped Little Kids Rock provide music instruction, instruments, and curricula to thousands of children in public schools where music education may have been forced to take a back seat due to tightening budgets.

The concert, generously sponsored this year by Digital Daruma, will open its doors at 6:30 p.m. Limited VIP tickets, including reserved table and open bar for the evening, are available in advance for $250-$1,500. Advanced general admission tickets are $40. To reserve tickets, visit www.littlekidsrock.org/springjam.

WHAT: Little Kids Rock Spring Jam, a rockin’ evening with live music, networking and the opportunity to make a difference in kids’ lives.
WHEN: Thursday, May 18, 2017, 6:30pm – 10:00pm.
WHERE: The Cutting Room, 44 E 32nd St, New York, NY 10010
WHO: G. Love, Great Caesar, local Little Kids Rock students, other special guests.

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