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Acoustic For Autism

Posted by Adam 12  February 14, 2013 12:43 PM
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Adam 12 does what he can to advocate for autism awareness--he'll even dance if the situation calls for it. Last year, he connected with Louis Gendron, founder of Acoustic For Autism.

Acoustic for Autism (TM) is a not-for-profit, volunteer-based project comprised of talented and caring musicians, artists, audio engineers, producers and music industry executives. Everyone involved with the Acoustic for Autism project donates 100% of their time, services and talents to help the cause.

Acoustic for Autism features compelling, independent music specifically chosen to convey themes of love, compassion, hope and healing with a common goal to use the power of music to educate, promote awareness and understanding, and to help raise funds for non-profit autism organizations helping individuals with autism.

A pair of Acoustic for Autism-affiliated acts are coming through Boston, and since they've been doing their part to spread the word for autism awareness, we're more than happy to spread the word about their shows.

First up, it's Dada, who play the Wlibur Theatre on Sunday, February 17th. They're celebrating their 20th Anniversary!

Next month, catch Hawaiian-born singer/songwriter Anuhea on Friday, March 22nd at Sinclair in Cambridge. Check out her "Simple Love Song."

Be sure to follow Acoustic For Autism on Twitter, as they do a great job of showing love to the artists who've shown them love.

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