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TRP Vol. 2 CD release and benefit show

We are proud to announce the release of our second compilation CD, The Relief Project Vol. 2: A Colorado Story of Music and Hope. The album features 18 of Colorado's best emerging bands and artists who have come together to help raise money and awareness for the Denver Children's Home, a nonprofit organization that has provided care for children in crisis for over 125 years.

To celebrate this release, TRP is hosting a benefit concert on Thursday, November 29th at The Oriental Theater in Denver, CO. The event will showcase five acts from the record -Braddigan, Flobots, Gregory Alan Isakov, J.E. Borgen, and Katie Herzig. All proceeds from ticket and CD sales will go to the Denver Children's Home's residential art and music therapy program. Buy tickets now...

We invite everyone to check out the bands and artists who graciously donated a piece of their music to this cause. The Relief Project would like to thank our event sponsors - Allegro Coffee, Ready Talk, Duffey's Rolls, HomeVibe Presents, Amali PR, Refresh, and Progressive Conspiracy for all their support in making this concert possible. Complete details...

Announcing Colorado benefit show and new CD

The Relief Project is thrilled to announce its second CD release on November 29, 2007. To celebrate, a benefit concert will be held at the Oriental Theater in downtown Denver, Colorado. Proceeds from ticket sales and all merchandising to benefit the Denver Children's Home. Complete details...

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The Denver Children's Home provides a therapeutic, safe place for emotionally distressed children, adolescents and their families to heal and grow. Denver Children's Home is a local nonprofit organization that treats traumatized, abused and neglected children, regardless of their ability to pay.
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