Music Beats Cancer Artist

Screenage

 

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$1,460
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$1,000
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ABOUT SCREENAGE

Evolving their sound to infuse the genres of alt-rock, neo-soul, jazz, and indie, ScreenAge is the perfect blend of The Beatles, Rex Orange County, Hippo Campus, Paramore, and more. Since 2016, Emily MacMahon (guitar, vocals, keys), Alex D’Amico (guitar), Joey Banwer (bass, vocals), and Sam Novotny (drums, vocals, sax, synth) have been writing music that gets everybody dancing and humming along even days after listening. Having performed at numerous venues like The Stone Pony, The Trocadero, and Asbury Lanes, this NJ band is gaining traction and receiving critical acclaim from Buffalo, New York to London, England. At the heart of it all, ScreenAge works to match good music with good deeds and hopes to spread inclusivity and positivity in any way they can.

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"JUST AS THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF ARTISTS THAT AREN’T GIVEN A FAIR CHANCE, THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF CANCER-FIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES THAT FACE THE SAME PROBLEM. WITH MUSIC’S ABILITY TO HEAL, UNITE, AND RAISE AWARENESS, THERE’S NOTHING WE’D RATHER DO THAN WORK WITH MUSIC BEATS CANCER TO GET SOLUTIONS TO THOSE IN NEED."