Casual 6 / Press

“If the thought of making your way along a specially-priced mouth-watering Speakers Corner holiday buffet doesn't get your attention, or if you can't be persuaded by the fact you'll be partying with old friends while your dollars go to help a lot of unfortunate kids this season, then I guess I'll have to play my ace-in-the-hole to convince you not to miss the Casual 6 band's 8th annual Rockin' for the Santa Fund benefit on Friday. Just think how you'd feel Saturday morning if you woke up knowing you missed Casual 6 lead singer Lori Gilcreast's unparalleled rendition of Santa Baby. It won't be long before tickets become as scarce as hens teeth. "Not too bad for an older bunch of rock 'n rollers huh?" drummer Dave DiGeronimo stated letting me know this year's proceeds will push the concert's total donations past the $30,000 mark. Nope, not bad at all.”

“NASHUA – The Casual 6 Band is hosting a fundraiser to benefit the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 10, on the second floor of Martha’s Exchange on Main Street. The NHBCC is a statewide support service offering monetary assistance to New Hampshire residents for breast-cancer-related expenses to women and men diagnosed with breast cancer who have exhausted all other options for financial assistance. For more information, visit nhbcc.org. Tickets are available for a $15 tax-deductible donation. Make checks payable to NHBCC. Contact any band member; David at 508-1044; Cathy at 320-3861; Lori 557-2636”

"...this Merrimack band excels at rock and Stax/Voltera soul, along with doo-wop boogie..."

"Casual 6 Band held its fifth annual Santa Fund benefit dance Friday, Dec. 7, on the second floor of Martha’s Exchange in downtown Nashua. The dance raised $5,000 for The Telegraph Santa Fund, setting a new record for the event."

“Donna Digeronimo Mahoney · Rivier College: "It was Fabulous!!! Thank you David and Cathy for organizing and giving of yourselves these last 5 years!!! CAN"T wait for 2013!!!!"”

““We love doing what we do,” he said. “I’d rather do a show like this and raise money to help people, rather than getting 35 or 50 dollars for playing at some bar.””