Singer-songwriter / producer Todd Mack will play a benefit concert for Music in Common, the non-profit he founded in 2005 in response to the murder of his friend and bandmate, Daniel Pearl. Music in Common empowers diverse cultures and faiths to discover common ground through collaborative songwriting, multimedia, and performance. For more than 30 years, Mack has made a career as a musician, songwriter, and producer based upon his unwavering belief in the power of music to change the world. His travels throughout the world have found him in some unlikely places to be making music, but always with the single mission of bringing people together.
100% of the profits from this show will be donated to Music in Common's #EmpowerYouthAgainstHate campaign to raise $159,000 from a federal grant that was recently revoked by the Trump administration.
EDJ, featuring Momument Mountain High School students Dan Santos, Ethan Mazursky, and John Mack, will open the show.