Today, Feb. 2, the Michael Dorf Presents Music Of tribute concert projected its return to the esteemed Carnegie Hall in New York City. The 19th annual event will celebrate the music of Crosby, Stills and Nash and is slated to occur on Monday, May 13. The official artist lineup is expected to drop on Wednesday, Feb. 14.
The next musical tribute arrives after a sold-out 2023 homage to Paul McCartney, which set forth the same script as the May production by honoring the chosen artist/group and the esteemed songbook at the source of their creation. The scope of the event aims to raise funds to support music education for underserved youth.
While musical contributors will be announced in the coming weeks, an original member of the celebrated lineup, Graham Nash, has signed on to participate in this year’s Music Of tribute. For nearly two decades, the music series has honored favored acts such as McCartney, Carly Simon, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, The Rolling Stones, R.E.M., David Byrne, and more to raise charitable funds for a diverse group of non-profit organizations dedicated to music education.
Music Of has generated a net gain of 1.9 million, with an annual revenue of $100,000. The charitable angle of the event lends to specialty VIP packages, with money raised through the sale going back to the choice charities. In sticking with a theme for the CSN tribute experiences, the event will offer various options, including song-title-inspired bundles: Deja Vu, Woodstock, Helplessly Hoping, and the limited edition Our House offering. Learn more here.
Visit musicof.org to purchase tickets.
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