South Beach Benefit to Entertain and Raise Awareness for Stem Cell Research

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Diego Jinkus, Beto Hale and Sabrina Cohen Foundation unite forces to make a difference in the world.

The Florida not-for-profit organization, MUCH, Musicians United Creating Humanity, is gearing up for a live rock performance by Diego Jinkus & Electronic Miel and Beto Hale from Colorado. This benefit event is targeting South Beach partygoers to entertain as well as to raise awareness and funds for stem cell research, a cause MUCH strongly supports.

MUCH was established with a commitment to making a difference in the world through music, and is eager to team up with "Free the Stem Cells," a progressive campaign with a line of t-shirts created to target the MTV generation, to bring music and a cause closer together. Their goal is to touch, move and inspire people through music - to ultimately get them active and powerfully involved in causes that can change the world as we know it.

On August 3rd of 2006, Diego Jinkus & Electronic Miel and Mexico's Beto Hale will perform live at a local South Beach hotspot, Macarena, presenting their respective CD's. Proceeds of the event will benefit stem cell research. People who attend can expect a gathering of trendsetting, influential locals, an opportunity to network, an open bar and a energizing performance by Diego Jinkus & Electronic Miel and Beto Hale who will be presenting his second CD "American Mythology."

The organization also welcomes media promotion and sponsorship at this time.

For more event information, please contact Diego Jinkus at 954-927-2727 or visit the event blog at http://www.muchproject.blogspot.com.

For more information about "Free The Stem Cells" contact Sabrina Cohen at 305-968-8024, or visit the web site at http://www.freethestemcells.com

The event location will be Macarena, located at 1334 Washington Avenue, South Beach, Miami.

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