Von Essen, Stark, Gurland et al. Join 'Randi Driscoll And Friends In Concert,' June 24


'Randi Driscoll and friends in concert' a special concert event will be performed June 24 to benefit the Matthew Shepard Foundation. The concert will be presented at the Laurie Beechman Theatre at 8pm.

Joining Driscoll will be Leenya Rideout, David Gurland, Josh Zuckerman, Noah Heldman, Max Von Essen, and Tracy Stark, hosting the evening will be Jason Drew.

In 2000 Driscoll recorded the song 'What Matters' about Shepard, sales of the song benefitted the Matthew Shepard Foundation.

The Laurie Beechman Theatre is located at 407 West 42nd Street below the West Bank Cafe. To make a reservation call (212)695-6909.

Randi Driscoll is a singer and songwriter whose original music, voice and passionate stage performances have earned her many accolades including; Campus Activities Magazine's, "Female Performer of the Year 2004" and "Best Small Venue Performer 2004". Her performance credits include opening slots for Bob Weir's Ratdog, Bonnie Raitt, Bruce Hornsby, Dar Williams, Jonatha Brooke, Pat Benatar, Linda Ronstadt, Jackson Browne and many others. Randi has performed at Lincoln Center in the "Bang on a Can Festival", the 2001 HRC dinner in Washington, D.C., with keynote speaker, Hillary Clinton, and the New York City Hall Pride Awards honoring Whoopi Goldberg and Olympia Dukakis. Randi's music has been featured in docu- mentaries, commercials, and the WB hit series, "Dawson's Creek". Without any major label behind her, Randi has been able to sell over 20,000 CDs and successfully tour the country, building a devoted following.