Triad Artist’s Music Release to Benefit Non-Profit Organization on Record Shop Day

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Triad Artist’s Music Release to Benefit Non-Profit Organization on Record Shop Day



A TOMORROW MUSIC RELEASE EVENT IN THE TRIAD WILL BENEFIT THE WI SNTON-SALEM COMMUNITY. TOMORROW IS “RECORD STORE DA” TO CELEBRATE, LOCAL MUSICIAN JEFFREY FOSTER, AND THREE OTHER ACTS, ARE HOSTING AN EP RELEASE PARTY. PROFITS FROM ALL VINYL IRA SALES TO SHALOM PROJT.EC THE NPO HAS BEEINN WINSTON-SALEM FOR 15 YEARS AND HAS BEEN EXECUTING SEVERAL HTOELP PROGRAMS THOSE AS NEEDED, INCLUDING HEALTH CLINIC, FOOPAD NOT.SE AND CLOTHING CLOTHING> > WE SEE PEOPLE EVERY WEEWE KNOW, WITHOUT US, ABLE TO HELP THEM THROUGH SOME LITTLE BOSSES IN LIFE, THAT IT WOULD BE A REAL STRUGE.GL WE SEE EVERY STEP OF LIFE AND WE ARE HAPPY TO HELP FILLING THE GAPS FOR SOME OF THESE PEOPLE. KENN IN ADDITION TO JEFFREY FOSTER, WHICH YOU JUST HEARD, NORTH CAROLINA ARTTSIS CHRIS STAMEY, THE VELDT AND THE BLACKSIDERS ARE RELEASING EPs. AGAIN,

Triad Artist’s Music Release to Benefit Non-Profit Organization on Record Shop Day

A Record Store Day music release event will benefit a non-profit organization in Winston-Salem. Jeffrey Dean Foster is collaborating with three other musicians from North Carolina to release new music on vinyl on Saturday. Proceeds from sales will benefit Project Shalom, a Winston-Salem non-profit organization that provides people in need with food, clothing and medical supplies. Foster’s new record is titled “I’m Beginning to Bleed”. In addition to being a musician, Foster is also a program director at the Shalom Project. “We see people every week who really thank us and know that without us being able to help them get through a few small obstacles in life it would be a real struggle,” said Foster. “We see all walks of life and are happy to be able to help fill the gaps for some of these people.” Chris Stamey, The Veldt and The Backsliders will also be releasing EPs for the event to benefit the Shalom Project. Foster hopes this musical release will help spread awareness of The Shalom Project and the work they do in the community.

A Record Store Day music release event will benefit a non-profit organization in Winston-Salem.

Jeffrey Dean Foster is collaborating with three other musicians from North Carolina to release new music on vinyl on Saturday.

Proceeds from sales will benefit The Shalom Project, a non-profit in Winston-Salem, which provides people in need with food, clothing and medical supplies.

Foster’s new record is titled “I’m starting to bleed. In addition to being a musician, Foster is also a program director at the Shalom Project.

“We see people every week who really thank us and know that without us being able to help them get through a few small obstacles in life it would be a real struggle,” said Foster. “We see all walks of life and are happy to be able to help fill the gaps for some of these people.”

Chris Stamey, The Veldt and The Backsliders will also be releasing EPs for the event to benefit The Shalom Project.

Foster hopes this musical release will help spread awareness of The Shalom Project and the work they do in the community.

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