This Friday, you can watch the soul rebels perform while raising money to SUPPORT black-owned restaurants. It’s all part of the virtual concert series called Sound Bites, sponsored by GrubHub.
During the live concert, fans tuning in will be encouraged to comment during the live stream, with Grubhub donating $5 for every comment (up to $100K) to Feed the Soul Foundation.
The Feed the Soul Foundation specializes in supporting marginalized, culinary business owners. Their mission: to sustain legacies and help culinary businesses grow.
In a candidly 2021-era event, they’re combining live-stream music, food delivery, and raising money to support the black community. In a time when so many of us are lacking connection, being able to connect over music while supporting & celebrating our communities is inspiring.
Joining The Soul Rebels in the virtual, fundraising performance is BIG FREEDIA, TROMBONE SHORTY, and TARRIONA “TANK” BALL, alongside ANDERSON .PAAK.
New Orleans bred and locally loved, The Soul Rebels are already smashing 2021. Coming off of the 2019 success of the POETRY IN MOTION album, the group recently appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’s popular#PlayAtHome concert series. Throw in a billboard placement in Times Square, plus new music featured on Netflix, ESPN, and in film and television, and The Soul Rebels are taking New Orleans brass to national awareness.
Tune in to the Grubhub YouTube channel, or any participating artist’s channels and social media for Sound Bites on Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. ET.
And don’t forget to comment on the show’s Livestream to help raise money for the feed the soul foundation.
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featured image via The Soul Rebels