I’m gonna be playing at a great event in a couple of weeks. It’s a dinner celebrating the formation of the Washington Post’s new charity, which benefits education non-profits. I’m really excited about this event, not just b/c I get to play with some great folks (Jasmine Muhammad, a fantastic singer…and I’m being accompanied by Sam Buck, Ndelible’s keyboard player…a beast on the keys), but also because we get to help a wonderful cause.
I feel like education is the life blood of society. It’s helped me tremendously, and I feel like we all deserve an opportunity to get the best education we can. Let me get off my soapbox and say that the info is below. If you’d like to go, hit me up and I’ll see if I can get you on the list.
Also, please check out Ndelible’s new website…it’s designed by drummer Ron Byrd. Dude did a fantastic job. The link is here. If you’re wondering what in the world an Ndelible is, check out the link and learn more about us. I’ve been playing with them for four months.
Hope everybody’s doing well…WashPost info is below.
Katharine Weymouth, Publisher/CEO, Washington Post Media and David Hiller, President/CEO, The McCormick Foundation invite you to celebrate the launch of The Washington Post Charities, a McCormick Foundation Fund. Donations made to The Washington Post Charities will benefit non-profit organizations focused on education.
October 27, 2009 | 6:00-8:00pm
The Washington Post/ 1150 15th Street, NW/ Washington, DC 20071