VH1 and the VH1 Save The Music Foundation along with Event Chairs Julie and William Macklowe and Host Committee Members: Alison Brod Public Relations, Kelly Bensimon, Matt Breitenbach, Tom Calderone, Paul Cothran, Joseph & Mireya D’Angelo, Jeff Goldstein, Debra Halpert, Perez Hilton, Mark Mullett, Beth Orozco, Scott Rauch, Rosanna Scotto & Lou Ruggiero, Gordon & Jennifer Singer, Matt Speilman, Lisa Versacio and Samantha Yanks Invite you to a summer celebration of music Friday, July 25, 2014 8PM - 11PM Private residence, Hamptons Honoring: Charlie Walk, Executive Vice President, Republic Records Linda Perry, Singer/ Songwriter/ Producer Bozoma Saint John, SVP, Head of Global Marketing at Beats Music Nathan Cohen, Grace A. Dunn Middle School Music Teacher Performances by: Grace A. Dunn Middle School James Bay Ingrid Michaelson DJ Theory Sponsored by: Avnet, William Hill Estate Wines, vbeauté, Raymond Weil, Alex and Ani, Tequila Don Julio, Corona Extra/ Corona Light, Marimekko, Hamptons Magazine and VOSS Artesian Water from Norway In support of this exciting event, VH1 Save The Music has developed a series of ancillary activities that will also raise funds in support of the Foundation. SoulCycle East Hampton Ride For Charity – On Friday, July 25th from 2:30 – 3:15PM, join Foundation supporter Mireya D’Angelo for a ride and Athleta gift bag. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vh1-save-the-music-honors-soulcycle-ride-for-charity-tickets-11918878687 John Varvatos East Hampton – Mention “VH1 Save The Music” from July 25th – July 27th and John Varvatos will donate 20% of sales to the Foundation Uber – From July 25th – July 27th use code “HamptonsHonors”and Uber will provide all new users with $40 off of their first ride and donate $5 for every new rider to the Foundation. VH1 Save The Music Honors 2014 CharityBuzz.com Auction – July 10th – 30th on CharityBuzz.com, memorabilia and experiences from Imagine Dragons, Beyonce, Pharrell, Katy Perry, Amy Winehouse, Mariah Carey and more will be auctioned. Spread the word and join the conversation @VH1SaveTheMusic #HamptonHonors. Any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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