Former JOE PERRY PROJECT Singer To Co-Headline 'Limelight Magazine Music Awards'

According to, Charlie Farren, lead singer of FARRENHEIT and the former lead singer of the JOE PERRY PROJECT, will co-headline the first annual Limelight Magazine Music Awards ceremony on Sunday, January 25 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Narrows Center for the Arts in Fall River, Massachusetts. Other featured performers include ALAN ARENA, SAMUEL BOWEN, THE CANDACE BROOKS BAND, GENERATION DOWN, THE GREAT ESCAPE (a tribute to JOURNEY), THE FEW and SHRYNE.

As part of the event, a silent auction will be held to benefit the Brad Delp Foundation, a non-profit, charitable entity that was created for the purpose of carrying on the former BOSTON, BEATLEJUICE and RTZ frontman's legacy of compassion, generosity, and kindness. The foundation seeks to honor Delp's memory by awarding music related grants, scholarships and funding for school music programs.

Tickets for the awards show are $13 each ($15 day of show) and can be purchased at the door or in advance by calling Paul Kersey at 508-673-3637 or through any of the bands performing.


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