Artist Laura Kimpton's Rainbow LOVE Sculpture Comes To The Beacon Theater
Artist Laura Kimpton is bringing 'Rainbow LOVE,' one of her iconic Monumental Word sculptures to the Beacon Theater on Thursday, March 9 for LOVE ROCKS NYC! A Change is Gonna Come:Celebrating Songs of Peace, Love and Hope. The benefit concert for God's Love We Deliver is presented by fashion designer John Varvatos and NYC real estate executive and God's Love supporter Greg Williamson. The concert will support and honor the work of the cherished New York-based not-for profit-organization, which is celebrating its 31st anniversary.
Drawing inspiration from iconic musical pioneer Sam Cooke and his legendary hit, "A Change Is Gonna Come," the marquee event will unite new and existing supporters of God's Love We Deliver in their mission to change the lives they serve for the better together through music - the universal language that speaks to all. It will also highlight the charity's continued success of providing life-sustaining meals and nutrition counseling for people in the New York Metropolitan area living with severe illness.
"Rainbow LOVE is a statement about equality without exception," says Laura Kimpton. "God's Love We Deliver celebrates the same equality by providing meals to anyone, without regard to income, too sick to shop or cook for themselves. Together with the songs of Peace, Love and Hope, Rainbow LOVE is a reminder that caring and compassion for others is more important now than ever."
The all-star concert lineup will feature a range of legendary and contemporary Grammy award winners, nominees and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees spanning rock, pop, blues and soul. The artists will includeJoe Walsh, Mavis Staples, Jackson Browne, Cyndi Lauper, Warren Haynes, Michael McDonald, Gary Clark Jr., Susan Tedeschi, Aaron Neville, Derek Trucks, Dr. John, Cece Winans, Keb' Mo, Marc Cohn, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Sam Moore, William Bell, Lisa Fischer, Anthony Hamilton, Joan Osborne, Amy Helm, Catherine Russell, Jackie Greene, Marcus King, Tash Neal and more!
The stellar house band will include musical director Will Lee (The CBS Orchestra), Paul Shaffer (The CBS Orchestra), Steve Gadd (James Taylor, Eric Clapton), Shawn Pelton (Saturday Night Live), Eric Krasno (Soulive, Phil Lesh & Friends), Larry Campbell (Levon Helm, Bob Dylan) and Jeff Young (Jackson Browne).
Tickets sales will go live on Ticketmaster at 12noonET on January 28, 2017 through Ticketmaster Charge By Phone (1-866-858-0008), www.ticketmaster.com and all Ticketmaster Outlets. All proceeds of the concert will directly benefit God's Love We Deliver. For more information please visit: loverocksnyc.com
About God's Love We Deliver
God's Love is the New York metropolitan area's leading provider of life-sustaining meals and nutrition counseling for people living with severe illnesses. Begun as an HIV/AIDS service organization, today God's Love provides for people living with more than 200 individual diagnoses. God's Love cooks and home delivers the specific, nutritious meals a client's severe illness and treatment so urgently require. Meals are individually tailored for each client by one of our Registered Dietitian Nutritionists, and all clients have access to unlimited nutrition counseling. God's Love supports families by providing meals for the children and senior caregivers of its clients. All of the agency's services are provided free of charge, and in its history of more than 31 years, God's Love We Deliver has never had a waiting list. For more information, visit www.godslovewedeliver.org. Follow God's Love on Facebook and follow them on Twitter and Instagram, @godslovenyc. God's Love is a non-sectarian organization.
About Laura Kimpton
Laura Kimpton is a California-based, American contemporary artist whose work consists of painting, mixed-media installations, and sculpture. Her creativity stems from a desire to question traditional views on social interaction, therefore invoking through her art a reaction from her viewers that ultimately completes her projects. She is continually exploring New Mediums in her search for revelatory communication. Her raw and original work uses photography, found objects, televisions, paint, and resin-fusing objects of history to convey a very personal message.