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Remember September, acoustic rock band plans third Walter Reed Benefit Concert

By Schod Music

Headlines CT’s Sono Art Festival Other Major New England Concerts

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Remember September (, Acoustic rock band from Trumbull, Conn., which just released a second CD this year--“The Roads We Travel”-- is planning its third annual benefit concert at Walter Reed Medical Center for August 21st, 2010 and a full schedule of performances throughout New England and New York for this summer, according to band manager John Schod.

Schod said the band is using its summer shows to continue to expand its musical horizons from New Hampshire to Nashville. He highlighted several shows that will add to Remember September’s “big show” resume of playing with several legendary artists like Chicago, Randy Travis and .38 Special.

“This summer we’re headlining several great events and festivals that will expose us to thousands of new listeners and help do some fundraising for our Walter Reed concert,” Schod said. “One of those performances will be a large July 4th Celebration at the OMNI Mt. Washington resort in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire.

On August 7th, the band will be the featured artist at the 34th Annual SoNo Arts Celebration that draws many festival goers to South Norwalk, Connecticut.

The Walter Reed event, which will be held for wounded soldiers, their families, and the staff at the hospital is "the band's tribute to the brave women and men who put their lives on the line in Iraq and Afghanistan," Schod said. “The concert will be sponsored by Salute The Veterans, a non-profit group which raises money to assist veterans with food, shelter, clothing, medical and education.


Over its 5 history, Remember September’s reputation as a quality original act is becoming more well known from New England through the Mid-Atlantic states where it has played more than 400 shows. Some accomplishments include:

Walter Reed Medical Center (in D.C.) (Benefit Concerts) 2008/2009

Wrote & Performed theme song for “Better Connecticut” TV Show WFSB (CBS)

CT Amphitheatre with, Chicago

Durham Fair w/.38 Special & Randy Travis

The Bitter End (NYC) w/The Spin Doctors

Hard Rock Café in Boston & Foxwoods

Foxwoods Legendary CBGB’s (the last week)

42nd Jerry Lewis Telethon

Fairfield Theatre’s “Hottest New Talent”

Toads’ Place w/Johnny Winter & Average White Band

2009 Winner Int’l Music Festival (in Hartford)

Opening Acts:

The band has been honored to perform with several legendary bands in front of thousands of fans, who have shown a warm appreciation for their music. These acts include: Chicago, .38 Special, Average White Band, Johnny Winter, Randy Travis, Steve Vai, Vertical Horizon/Keith Kane, The Spin Doctors, Stroke 9 and Ari Hest.

Some Places Where They have Headlined/Played:

Arena At Harbor Yard (CT) Hard Rock Café (Boston)

The Bitter End (NYC) Hard Rock Café/Foxwoods Casino (CT)

Bretton Woods/ MT Washington (NH) Legendary CBGB’s (NYC)

Fenway Parkway (Boston) Mohegan Sun Casino (CT)

Fairfield Theatre Company (CT) Toads Place (New Haven & Richmond (VA)

Dodd Stadium (CT) Webster Theatre (CT)

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