Cover Up! To Benefit LA's Homeless Jazz Pianist, George Kahn, Brings in the Holiday Spirit with His 3rd Annual Benefit for Path Ventures and the Release of His Upcoming Album "Cover Up!"

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Jazz Pianist, George Kahn, returns to the CATALINA BAR & GRILL with a holiday performance benefiting homeless individuals and families.

The George Kahn Quintet will feature an ALL-STAR band of LA's best studio musicians: George on piano, John Fumo on Trumpet, Pat Kelley on guitar, Karl Vincent on bass and M.B. Gordy on drums. In addition, Special Guest Vocalists, The Wright Combination and Cathy Segal-Garcia will add their singing talents to this star-studded event.

When: Wednesday, December 5th at 8:00 PM. Media invited at 6:30 PM

Where: Catalina Bar & Grill
6725 Sunset Blvd
Hollywood California 90028 (323) 466-2210

100% of the proceeds from the concert will go to “PATH Ventures", a community development corporation created by People Assisting The Homeless (PATH), which develops affordable housing for homeless individuals and families.

GEORGE KAHN is just finishing up his 6th studio album, “Cover UP!", which is scheduled for release in early 2008. The album is being co-produced by Brian Bromberg. This special benefit concert will be George's last performance for 2007.

There is a $20.00 cover plus Minimum (Students with ID, $10.00). Please bring a donation to give to PATH VENTURES when you arrive. Donations include NEW household goods, clothing, blankets, toys, etc.

Come see for yourself why Alfredo Cruz calls George Kahn “...creative, entertaining, intelligent, sophisticated and stimulating."

This concert is generously sponsored by Americorp Funding.

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