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Forward Motion Records Celebrates First Year With Charity Benefit

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The masterful and sometimes mouthy Fernando Perdomo just informed County Grind that his Miami-based label, Forward Motion Records, is turning 1. And in celebration of the momentous occasion, the label and its roster is putting on a benefit show in Fort Lauderdale at Revolution on Thursday, September 29.

With 16 artists part of South Florida's "singer/songwriter movement," the performance should be a sprawling showcase of local talent with Perdomo's own Dreaming in Stereo (but probably not his noise-rock band), Grammy winner Jorge Moreno, and an all-star house band for the duration. Proceeds from the concert are earmarked for Kristi House, a local charity assisting child victims of sexual abuse and their families, and the event is meant to bring awareness to local nonprofit Musicians on Call. Check out the full lineup below:

List of

Performers for the event:

Jorge

Moreno

Dreaming

in Stereo

Arboles

Libres

Jim

Camacho

Jesse

Young

The

Mann Sisters

Omine

The

Robert Goodman Band

Vic

Kingsley

Chris

Alvy Band

Kim

Drake

Lizette

Santana

Tyler

Bernhardt

Jennifer

Kaiser

Union

Cell

Joshua

Stedman

and

Special Guests

Forward Motion Records' One-Year Anniversary Charity Concert. 6 p.m. Thursday, September 29, at Revolution, 200 W. Broward Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. All ages; tickets cost $10. Click here.


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