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Sounds Like: Dave Matthews, Dave Grohl, Keith Urban, Edwin McCain, Chris Cornell
Label: INDEPENDENT and proud of it!
Manager: You're looking at him.
Bio: Beautiful melodies, catchy rhythms & delicate harmonies are what make Alex P. shine. A singer/songwriter tirelessly refining his music for over twenty years, mixing a love of social justice and environmental advocacy with unrelenting musical passion, Alex P. has forged a brand of music all his ow... See Full BioMore Info
Come and support COTS (the COmmittee on Temporary Shelter) by walking int he COTS Walk. Come see myself playing some songs, including my song off the COTS CD Harmonies for Humanity, Col. 1, and see Jamie Bright from Silent Mind playing some of his music, including one of his tracks off the COTS cd as well. I play at the Waystation, Jamie plays at St. John's Hall. Walk on by and support the cause!
Tune in tonight at 5:30p as I go on to talk about the COTS cd at WBKM radio in Downtown Burlington, VT. You'll get to learn all about this amazing project, working with the artists, behind the scenes info, and hear me play the song that started it all. Only on WBKM tonight live streaming internet radio, catch it if you can!
Tune in Online to the TAZ Michaels Radio Show, where I will be talking about the COTS CD: Harmonies for Humanity Vol. 1 release, what it was like working with 17 other local artists, the conception of this project, how it came to be, and what else we are doing to make the local homeless shelter some donation money this winter. Follow the event on Facebook to find the Link for the Live Stream Online at 8p on Tuesday, 1/8/13, no matter where you are, as long as you have an internet connection, please tune in! PS Special surprise guests!
Every year, during the week of the Winter Solstice, people in Burlington pause to reflect on those who are homeless in our community. The annual COTS Candlelight Vigil takes place outside City Hall on Church Street starting at 5:30 p.m. Dec. 20. Advocates and people who are homeless read names, ages and brief vignettes about some of the people who have turned to COTS for help this year. This is a moving event and an opportunity to take time out during the hectic holiday season to remember those who most need our help and focus on what is being done to help them regain independent lives. Songs by school choirs and refreshments inside City Hall round out the hourlong tribute. Call 864-7402, if you want to get involved.
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