Photo by Don Johnson

Pink Ribbon Riot raises money to stop Breast Cancer

April 04, 2008
Santa Paula News
Santa Paula’s Glen Tavern Inn was the place to be when Third Eye Records presented “Pink Ribbon Riot!” The event took place last Saturday morning, March 29. The concert featured some rising rock bands, and served a great cause in the process. Spiders & Snakes, Crash Cutie Crash, and AWOL Star are just of few of the groups that performed at the event. Third Eye Records and Management’s Aaron Ortega and Monica De La Torre conceived the idea for the concert, which will help promote a cause they believe in. “The Pink Ribbon Riot is a non-profit event put on by Third Eye Records and Management, in association with Kohli Rock Entertainment and SoCal Musician, to raise awareness for the fight against Breast Cancer,” Aaron explained. “Proceeds went to the Community Memorial Hospital Breast Center, and for the band that packs in the most fans, they will get to donate a portion of the proceeds to the charity of their choice,” he added. He explained that many musicians responded, “I know someone who has suffered from this. I’d love to play your event.” AWOL Star, will also be playing – one of the biggest and most popular bands in the 805 county!”For more information logon to Above, the band L Meu Le Purr from Ventura entertains the audience.

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