We went to an awesome concert last weekend. It wasn’t a big star, or a big venue, or a big new trend, but it was still some of the best music we’d heard in a long time. Carolyn Malachi sang standards and her own music at the latest Party Corps Music for Good event, and she put on a hell of a show. It’s not easy to make a small venue feel powerful and intimate, not to mention sing pitch-perfect on a cramped stage with middling equipment and a band full of strangers, but Carolyn killed it. She mesmerized us the whole night and left us wanting more.
Music for Good is a concert series that connects creative emerging musicians with local worthy causes that they feel strongly about. The proceeds go to the cause, and everyone involved discovers new artists, new missions, and the underlying connections between them.
We discovered Party Corps through a friend who joined recently as showrunner, or at least that’s how we think of her. With her at the helm, the events have gone from good to great. Thanks for introducing us! Can’t wait for the next one!
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Aww! What a wonderful blog, Ryan! We all had so much fun last Saturday and can’t wait for the next Music for Good. The Party Corps team rocks and I look forward to sharing your feedback with them. via Facebook