Music City Studios to Host Fashion, Art, and Music Celebration July 16th



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Music City Studios to Host Fashion, Art, and Music Celebration

Saturday July 16th, 2016 6 P.M.

Music City Studio Located at 1353 Bush ST. SF Studio #23 (All Ages $5-10)

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Come record your statement about how art provided solutions or opportunities to you as we take our social experiment a step higher as spectators are becoming participants in ART TOUR 2016 landing at Music City Studios in SF. Enjoy select snacks, new fashion, art on display and listen to Last of Analog’s album, enjoy the DJ and other performing artists.   

Enjoy new fashion, art on display and listen to Last of Analog’s album, enjoy the DJ and other performing artists.   

Through collective processes that deliver services, music, art, and literature, the organization Rob Jackson directs has tracked some victories and publishes strategic plans periodically with input from the public.  Rob’s produced events in galleries internationally and represented over 200 artists in over 40 events in four countries so far with over $100K in trade so far generated.

About July 16th

Art tour lands in SF! Rob said, “We have some of the strongest local talent on the event and will present a short runway. We end the event with a Dead 80’s tribute to Bowie, Prince, and more. Rainbow performs live! So does Booker Long Duo! I’ll share a few off my new album, and we have several solo performances with guest artists.” This is an early all ages event so arrive prompt and proceed down the stairs to the underground and turn left down the hall to studio #23.

  • Last of Analog (CD Listening)
  • Rainbow
  • Booker Long Duo
  • DJ Entreat’s Dead 80’s
  • THA T.A.E., Robert Morales, Rainbow, & Yirmiyahu Messenger

Visual Art by:

  • Slick, Flanders, Lane, Jackson, Gayles, Carter,Burkhammer, Lenehan
  • + Runway and Dance Competition!

Brought to you by Music City Studios, Borderline Studios, RipStar, Comingupmag.com Dean Katarri Studios and other sponsors.

Crew volunteers welcome including: event staff, photographers, models and talent.  Please RSVP at bandsthatrock@gmail.com for this event limited seating and standing room only.

To support buy art products at www.artmajeur.com/plumatorium

Buy songs and musical products at

You can learn more about Rob and this growing community of artists on www.ripstar.cfsites.org or www.specialagenttraining.cfsites.org

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Reach Rob Jackson: bandsthatrock@gmail.com

RIpStar- Uniting thru Music!


 

The Music City San Francisco Project

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AFFORDABLE SERVICES AND ACCOMMODATIONS FOR MUSICIANS.

The Music City San Francisco Project is a unique network of musician’s services designed to foster creativity and create support within the community while paying homage to San Francisco’s rich musical history. This is a one of a kind mixed-use space in the heart of San Francisco already housing and servicing musicians through its affordable living quarters and music rehearsal studios. Construction is now underway for music education services, a live performance space, café and bar, music history museum and more.

Rudy Colombini’s dream to honor the musical history of The City while offering a space to unite and educate musicians of the present and future is coming alive at Music City San Francisco.

Music City Studio Located at 1353 Bush ST. SF Studio #23 

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As an Artist and Director, Rob has created a range of products including fine art, educational books on social justice and environmental issues, papers on psychology, and workforce development. Rob has published music CD’s, and intends to raise money from sales and events for important groups like Breast Cancer Foundation, American Red Cross, World Wildlife Federation and more.
“My artwork not only documents tragedies and threats, it presents challenges and opportunities to fix identified problems and express appreciation.  Fortunately, I have been able to use art to gather and focus the attention of nearly a million people although very few have accepted responsibilities or offered support.  Rather than be disappointed by humanities errors and lack of accountability, I decided long ago to take the position that apathy is a demand for empowerment.   Stats continue to show massive declines in habitat, wildlife, education, and equality while disease, war, and other social threats are on the rise globally in many parts of the world which can and must be reversed”.

Learn More About Rob Here