Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Media Release:4th Annual Neuro-Palooza fundraising event

On Saturday evening, April 30th Kevin Black, the brother of country music superstar Clint Black, and partner David Clements are coming together at the 4th Annual Neuro-Palooza fundraising event at the local Bay City Hall in Hamilton, Ontario located at 50 Leader Drive. Kevin will perform in the hopes that they can bring awareness to Rett Syndrome and sell their book Raising A Hand: A Photographic Music Festival With a Cause to as many people as possible in an effort to fund a cure for Rett.

Dave Clements and Kevin Black joined together in Raising A Hand: A Photographic Music Festival With a Cause to help raise awareness of Rett syndrome. Kevin Black’s daughter, Cortney, died in 2003 at age 16 of complications from Rett syndrome and for the last decade Black has devoted his time and talent to the Rett cause. This book gives you an insight of the syndrome and celebrities that are Raising A Hand for the cause that range from Blake Shelton, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Clint Black (Kevin Black’s brother), and so many more. 

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