New York, New York (PRWEB) August 2, 2007
Bike riders traveling from Niagara Falls to New York City to support AIDS service organizations across New York State are receiving support from a benefit concert at The Trash Bar in Brooklyn (http://www.thetrashbar.com) featuring The Nick Vivid Effect. The Trash Bar Empire State AIDS Ride benefit concert is being organized by DJ Mojo of BreakThruRadio.
"When DJ Mojo asked us to play, we immediately said yes," said Nick Vivid of The Nick Vivid Effect, a two piece rock duo which headlines the concert at midnight. "We're abundantly blessed, and playing benefit concerts such as this are ways we can express our gratitude."
Nick Vivid promises an inspired no holds barred rock concert this Saturday. "I will not fall like Beyonce and will have no Faith Hill around to keep fans away from the stage," said Nick, "Though I may leap from the speaker columns to the floor while I hit a loud A-chord. You never know."
Often compared to bands such as Thin Lizzy and the White Stripes, the band is signed to the label MegaPlatinum Entertainment at http://www.megaplatinum.net.
The Nick Vivid Effect was recently hailed by Sal Canzonieri of American Music Press as one of his two favorite bands in New York. "Sal is a kingpin of the underground rock n roll music scene, not only in America, but throughout the world," said Nick, "His support has opened many doors for us."
The Nick Vivid Effect will be joined at the August 4 benefit concert by many of New York's top rock music acts. The event begins at 6 p.m. and the club is asking for a $10 donation. Patrons must be 21 years of age to enter. The Trash Bar is located at 256 Grand Street in Brooklyn NY.
More information on the Empire State Aids Ride is available at http://www.empirestateaidsride.org.
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