Musicians are coming together this week for a series of concerts with a common goal: to raise money for agencies that offer a variety of services to homeless people in our community.
Noise for the Needy is the organization that puts on this event every year, and has helped a number of entities. This year's beneficiary is Seattle Community Law Center, which provides legal help for homeless and low income people who also live with disabilities.
One of the bands that will be playing at the event is The Young Evils, who demonstrated their passion and talent today with their song "Touch Tone Lovers," from their new CD, "Foreign Spells."
Noise for the Needy Co-Founder/Director Richard Green and Seattle Community Law Center Executive Director Alexandria Doolittle joined Margaret to talk more about the concert series and the work that SCLC does within the community.
For more on Noise for the Needy click here.
For more on Seattle Community Law Center click here.
The Young Evils' new CD, "Foreign Spells," comes out on July 10th. For more information about the band, visit their website by clicking here.
You can also go see them play tomorrow night (Friday, June 8) at The Crocodile, as part of Noise for the Needy. The show begins at 8:00pm and will also feature The Redwood Plan and Land of Pines. Tickets are $10. This is an All Ages show. For more information, click here.