Date(s) - Jun 9th 2021
Doors: 5 p.m. | Show: 6 p.m.
LLS Women of the Year Charitable Concert to Benefit Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Presented by Cohen Feeley Altemose & Rambo Featuring Craig Thatcher, Cliff Starkey and Pentley Holmes.
Craig Thatcher is a band leader (The Craig Thatcher Band), an International Clinician/Ambassador for C.F. Martin & Co. of Nazareth, PA, a guitar instructor & recording artist.
New Jersey native, Pentley Holmes is truly that rare artist whose work achieves both technical and emotional brilliance. A self-taught guitarist and vocalist, Pentley is as well-rounded musically as they come. Pentley’s background in creative writing allows him to unite his musical talent with an authentic expression of what it means to be alive. Not only the nephew of the inspirational heavyweight boxing champion Larry Holmes, Pentley is a fighter in his own right. In 2009 he survived a typically lethal ruptured brain aneurysm. His survival and recovery after 15 days in ICU only furthered his inborn passion for life and his place in the world as a musician. Pentley’s debut album “Rip Out My Heart,” offers a beautifully rendered glimpse into the depths of these human experiences. He sings passionately and uses his instrument as the ultimate medium to express himself applying it into a soup of contemporary blues and rock, soul and pop they resonate flavors concocted with points to say and purpose to move. Throughout the years he has been gaining notoriety by touring regionally and nationally from coast to coast performing in bars, theatres, festivals, and concert halls with a live performance that is compelling, heartfelt and not to be missed
Team Name: Alexis’s Army
Each year, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society holds its annual Man & Woman of the Year Campaign to raise funds in the fight against blood cancers. This year, Partner Alexis Berg-Townsend has been nominated for the 2021 Woman of the Year. Alexis Berg Townsend, partner at Cohen Feeley Altemose & Rambo is a dedicated Social Security Disability attorney who fights for the rights of injured workers in the Greater Lehigh Valley area and beyond.
As a graduate and former softball coach at Whitehall High School, Alexis is dedicated to helping the people of the Lehigh Valley because it’s where she was raised, and where she lives. She knows the community and how hard people work for what they have, so that is why she fights so hard to help anyone injured at work with their Workers’ Compensation claims or their Social Security Disability case.
Alexis has a personal connection to this campaign as she recently lost a family member to lymphoma in January 2021. With your help, the funds raised will be used for continued research of lifesaving therapies, education, and support.
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