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Keep Live Alive Saint Louis
March 12 @ 7:00 pm - March 21 @ 11:59 pm
92.3 WIL, Weber Chevrolet, and Ezra Brooks 99 present Keep Live Alive St. Louis – a FREE 90-minute entertainment special featuring Lindsay Ell and Alexandra Kay, along with Mason & Remy and Kasey and some of St. Louis’ most iconic venues, performers, and entertainment executives coming together to raise awareness and provide assistance to live entertainment professionals in St. Louis affected by layoffs due to COVID-19. You can donate online in any amount at: KeepLiveAliveSTL.org.
Who will be featured on the Keep Live Alive Saint Louis entertainment special?
This FREE 90-minute special will feature some of St. Louis’ most iconic venues, many performers & personalities, plus interviews with top entertainment executives. Be prepared to be entertained and maybe even learn a thing or two about the rich history of live events in St. Louis. • Keep Live Alive Saint Louis will include appearances and performances by national and local musicians and personalities including Sammy Hagar, Kevin Cronin (REO Speedwagon), Pat and Danny Liston (Mama’s Pride), Stan Kipper, Roland Johnson, Michael ‘Supe’ Granda (Ozark Mountain Daredevils), Lady J Huston, Bell Darris, country recording artists Lindsay Ell and Alexandra Kay along with Bonnie Bramlett (Delaney & Bonnie). Also joining the show will be comedians Paula Poundstone, Greg Warren and Joe Marlotti along with radio personalities Mark Klose, Lauren ‘Lern’ Elwell, and Favazz from KSHE 95, Rizzuto, Lux and Donny Fandango from 105.7 The Point, Mason & Remy and Kasey from 92.3 WIL, and Courtney Landrum and Donny Fandango from 106.5 The Arch.
How can I watch the Keep Live Alive Saint Louis special?
The entertainment special can be viewed by going to KeepLiveAliveSTL.org. The special will also be available on demand for FREE after Friday, March 12th.
How do I make a donation to Keep Live Alive Saint Louis?
Go to KeepLiveAliveSTL.org – PayPal, Credit Cards or Checks accepted.
How will donations be used?
Net proceeds from fundraising and sponsorships will benefit entertainment industry professionals in the St. Louis region who are suffering financially due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and loss of work. Any member of the live entertainment industry – on stage, off stage, front of house, back of house, in the office or on the road, tending bar or parking cars – all may call on Keep Live Alive Saint Louis.
Individual grants of $1,000 will be awarded based on financial need by an impartial point-based system. Grant applications are available now at: keeplivealivestl.org and the number of grants awarded will depend on fundraising and sponsorship efforts. Grants will be administered by the St. Louis Classic Rock Preservation Society, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
How can I learn about applying for a grant?
Go to the Grant Application page @ KeepLiveAliveSTL.org. The deadline to apply is May 1, 2021.