Unlock 3,000 children's inner music-makers

Nov 10, 2009

News You Can Use: 11/5/09

Clarence Clemons with Students
Clarence Clemons with Students

Dear Rockin’ Supporters,

At the 2009 Right to Rock benefit on Thursday, Oct. 22, Little Kids Rock presented legendary E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons with the inaugural “Big Man of the Year Award.” Mr. Clemons found time between touring with Bruce Springsteen and promoting his new book to help Little Kids Rock raise over $160,000 to restore and revitalize music education in public schools nationwide.

Check out the story by clicking the link below.

We are also expanding our program into new cities, with chapter launches in Montclair, NJ and San Diego, CA underway.

Thank you for supporting Little Kids Rock, and keep an eye open for more news you can use.

Keep on Rockin’, Little Kids Rock

Clarence Clemons Jamming with Students
Clarence Clemons Jamming with Students



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Sandi Zellner

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