Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Download 'City Lights' by Brown Soul Shoes to benefit Global Kids Arkansas

Posted By on Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 10:14 AM

Download City Lights by Brown Soul Shoes and help bring Global Kids to Arkansas pic
  • Download "City Lights" by Brown Soul Shoes and help bring Global Kids to Arkansas.

Here's today's exclusive download to benefit the ongoing fundraiser to help bring the Global Kids program to Arkansas. It's a live version of "City Lights" by Brown Soul Shoes.

Get it here for $1.

Also, there's an art exhibition and sale Wednesday night at White Water Tavern that's also part of the fundraiser. It's being organized by artist Laura Kelty and will feature works by Layet Johnson, Ariston Jacks, Michael Worsham, Matt Castellano (creating work on-site), Lisa James Ashmore, Kelley Freeland, Lauren Chambliss Meredith, Sondra Strong Art and Joshua Asante (Velvet Kente/Amasa Hines), who'll also be DJing, along with Big Piph.

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