Klipsch will host the “Keepers of the Sound” live music streaming event on Wednesday, May 27 at 8:00 PM EDT to raise money and awareness for Sweet Relief’s COVID-19 Fund. Klipsch will match donations raised during the event.
The talented lineup of artists and friends of the brand include: Butch Walker, The Harmed Brothers, G. Love, Hero Jr., Kenny Aronoff, J. R. Corominas, Don Jamieson (That Metal Show), Matt Sorum (GnR, Velvet Revolver), Rob Affuso (Skid Row), Ripe, Feng E., Jennie Devoe, Ray Remington, Chris Barron (Spin Doctors), and Houndmouth.
“With music venues closed and live concerts on pause, we want to bring live entertainment into people’s lives and homes, while giving back to artists that are in need right now. Musicians miss their fans as much as we miss them, and they are struggling to survive. Together, we can help musicians and music industry workers get back on their feet until we are able to gather again,” says Paul Jacobs, president and CEO of Klipsch.
Sweet Relief provides immediate financial assistance to be used specifically for musicians and music industry workers affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. Funds raised will go toward medical expenses, lodging, clothing, food, and other vital living expenses to those impacted by sickness or loss of work.
For more information or to make a donation, visit Klipsch.com/sweetrelief.