The Concert Across American To End Gun Violence Virtual Concert Wednesday October 7 2020

The Concert Across American To End Gun Violence Wednesday October 7 2020
The Fifth-annual Concert Across America to End Gun Violence Virtual Concert is Wednesday October 7 2020.

This nationwide musical experience, spearheaded by Stop Handgun Violence in Boston, brings together a network of organizations, activists and artists to take a united stand against gun violence.

“In our fifth year, we are focusing once again on raising our voices to get out the vote on gun violence prevention,” said Concert Chair John Rosenthal.
“One hundred Americans die and another 150 are injured with guns every single day and most gun violence is preventable.
We just need our elected officials to prioritize passing effective laws and common sense regulations that have been proven to be effective at the state level without banning most guns.”

The Concert Across American To End Gun Violence is Live Streamed On Facebook at 4:30pm(pt)-6:00pm(pt)

The concert will be a virtual livestreamed event with high profile talent like Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, Wynton Marsalis, Melissa Etheridge, John Fogerty and others lending their voices to the gun violence prevention movement.

Concert Across America Celebrity Auction Is Online

Concert Across American Features Musical Artists

Jackson Browne
Bonnie Raitt
Melissa Etheridge
John Fogerty
Wynton Marsalis & The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra
Kevin Bacon and Michael Bacon (The Bacon Brothers)
Bobby Rush
Tank and The Bangas
Rhiannon Giddens with Francisco Turrisi
Billy Strings
Camden Voices Choir
Carolyn Wonderland
Larkin Poe
Andres Osborne
Cyril Aimee

Concert Across American Online Sites

The Concert Across American To End Gun Violence is Live Streamed On Facebook at 4:30pm(pt)-6:00pm(pt)

Concert Across American Online Site

The Concert Across American Facebook Page

Concert Across America Donation Online Site

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