TORONTO, Oct. 20 /CNW/ - Famous Toronto pop band Westlake will play a
live concert for United Way aboard a TTC streetcar on Friday October 24th - as
it travels throughout the city. The streetcar will depart from Russell Street
Car house located at 1433 Queen St. East at 7:00 PM. There will also be a
traveling 35 person audience In the streetcar dancing and enjoying the sounds
of this exciting band! WestLake provides its audience with an amazing and
electric live performance.
Media personnel can join the ride for free!!
"We are excited to play live on the streetcar and give the citizens of
Toronto something to smile about and get involved in" says Louie Bettio band
co founder. "We love seeing the impact of this unique event on the faces of
pedestrians and drivers....you just don't see a live band playing in a
streetcar every day."
The band's music is best described as "eclectic rock with a social
conscience." True to its roots Westlake writes and performs songs that have a
little grit and a little grind inspiring introspection and affecting lives.
The band's first video already being praised, Sittin All By Myself is an
anti-bullying anthem celebrating the individuality and tolerance! You can see
it on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDWLsHlzKPE
Other WestLake songs have been used by the Canadian charity for Lou
Gehrig's disease (ALS) and for the Weekend to End Breast Cancer.
The streetcar will be making scheduled stops along the Queen Street West
Route and will stop for a prolonged period at Queen Street and Macaul
where the band will continue to play live as our beautiful Fund Raisers
ask for donations from pedestrians
And your help in sharing this exciting story to your readers, listeners
and viewers will definitely generate more awareness for the event and
subsequent donations! That's why your attendance is free - just please contact
Louie Bettio at 416-727-0790 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org today and
reserve your seat!! 100% of the monies raised will be going directly to the
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