Naming their EP The Glory Journal may seem brash, but Hines & Co. spill over with energy and exuberance that affirm accuracy in advertising.
Vienna, VA (PRWEB) July 20, 2009
It's not often that you get a chance to wrap two musical experiences into one night, support community based hunger relief and go home with a Gibson guitar.
Enter the Shane Hines and the Trance Split Personality shows on July 24, 2009 at Jammin' Java in Vienna, VA.
The night will start at 7pm with Shane Hines' acoustic side, a stripped down and intimate listening room show. Shane has been performing in the best listening rooms in the country, and now he's bringing the show to his hometown.
Then at 10pm, he'll swing to the polar opposite end of the spectrum, trading in his acoustic guitar to shred his electric, and Shane will be joined by the full band for the well-known high-energy rock performance..
Gibson Guitar joins the program in providing a USA SG Special Faded electric guitar for auction. All proceeds from the auction will benefit World Hunger Year's Artists Against Hunger and Poverty program.
Tickets to the shows can be purchased at Jammin' Java.
About World Hunger Year/Artists Against Hunger and Poverty
WHY (World Hunger Year, Inc.) is dedicated to fighting the root causes
of hunger and poverty by supporting grassroots organizations that create
self-reliance, economic justice and equal access to nutritious and
affordable food. Founded in 1975 by the late Harry Chapin and current
Executive Director, Bill Ayres, WHY works to put an end to hunger
suffered by 36.2 million Americans and nearly 1 billion people
WHY's main programs include the National Hunger Hotline 1-866-3-HUNGRY, which refers individuals in need of emergency food assistance to soup kitchens, food banks, government programs and community organizations in their neighborhoods; the Grassroots Action Network, which provides information, networking opportunities, capacity building and access to over 8,000 anti-hunger and poverty community organizations across the United States and around the world; and Artists Against Hunger & Poverty which is supported by Bruce Springsteen, Michael McDonald, Chicago, Earth Wind & Fire, Joss Stone, Darryl McDaniels, Jackson Browne, O.A.R, and many others. http://www.whyhunger.org
About Gibson Guitar
Gibson is known worldwide for producing classic models in every major style of fretted instrument, including acoustic and electric guitars, mandolins, and banjos. Gibson's HD.6X-PRO Digital Guitar, the Gibson Robot Guitar and Gibson's Dark Fire represent the biggest advances in electric guitar design in over 70 years. Founded in 1894 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and headquartered in Nashville since 1984, Gibson Guitar Corp.'s family of brands now includes Epiphone, Dobro, Kramer, Steinberger, Tobias, Echoplex, Electar, Flatiron, Slingerland, Valley Arts, Maestro, Oberheim, Baldwin, Sunshine Piano, Take Anywhere Technology, J&C Fischer, Chickering, Hamilton, and Wurlitzer. Visit Gibson's website at http://www.gibson.com
About Shane Hines and the Trance
Shane Hines and the Trance is a nationally touring band based in the Washington DC area. Shane Hines (lead vocals, lead guitar, song writer) and Brian "Mr. Thumbs" Keating (bass, vocals) met while touring with other bands, gelled and have masterfully created The Glory Journal, which was recorded entirely through online donations from fans and supporters. Current touring includes Corey Smith, Lori McKenna and Toby Lightman. "Way Up" was a 2008 John Lennon Songwriting Contest finalist. Shane will appear on CBS affiliate, WUSA Channel 9 on Wednesday July 22, 2009. Music has been heard on MTV's The Real World, Road Rules, and The Hills. Shane Hines and the Trance partners include World Hunger Year, Gibson Guitar, Orange Amps, Ernie Ball Strings and Buckle clothing.
"Naming their EP The Glory Journal may seem brash, but Hines & Co. spill over with energy and exuberance that affirm accuracy in advertising." Performing Songwriter
About Gibson USA Special Faded Guitar
Hands down, the SG Special Faded is the best combination of features and value in Gibson's iconic SG line-up. You still get the dynamic, slim mahogany body and hair-trigger quick neck that have made the SG legendary, but without all the non-essentials. The ultra-affordable price tag on this guitar is owed to fewer coats of finish than can be found on the traditional SG Standard and SG Special. This stripped-down finishing process means that not only will you enjoy more resonance but you'll be the proud owner of an SG that looks straight out of the '60s. The SG Special Faded is uncivilized. It's fierce. And it's got to hang in your guitar rack.
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