AOTM: The Killers, #AllEars, Heart Beat the movie, and more!
This week we continue with our month of The Killers to thank them for their incredible support over the years. Their ticket/meet & greet donations are always a favorite among our bidders, a band you have to see at least once!
You can catch the guys on tour now! Be sure to snag tickets for a show in your area HERE!
Attending concerts, local shows, and clubs can be a fun time with friends and a good way to relieve the stress of everyday life. But we put ourselves at high risk of permanent hearing damage or tinnitus.
Tinnitus is a condition that Watch The Hype feel passionately about helping to prevent. They’ve teamed up with Alpine Hearing Protection in a campaign dedicated to protecting the ears of music lovers.
Alpine Hearing Protection and Watch The Hype have also partnered with some of the UK’s most prestigious electronic music venues to make Alpine’s music-specialized earplugs available to you on select nights.
To learn more about #AllEars and the events they will be at, CLICK HERE
We at Sweet Relief always share about different ways music heals. Michael Boidy has set out to prove “music is medicine” through a documentary called Heart Beat, a true story about self-discovery, the science of sound, vibration, geometric patterns, rhythms of life, and the healing benefits of music.
Heart Beat develops its story through emotionally driven interviews with cancer survivors, a helicopter crash survivor, a man struck by lightning and more. All who have coincidentally been healed by vibrational frequencies and rhythm.
Learn more about Heart Beat HERE. You can also tune in to Michael’s upcoming TedX Vail talk live Saturday, February 10th at 6:44 pm mountain time. Tickets and info HERE.
Buzzy Linhart is a pioneer of the modern folk, blues, jazz, country, rock fusion that emerged in the 1960s and may be the last great artist from that era you still haven’t heard of.
Now, Buzzy needs our help! Plagued by a number of health issues, including a serious visual defect since birth, he needs quality food and supplements and a lot of dental work.
Please take the time to learn more by clicking HERE, and donate to the Buzzy Linhart Fund to help this life-long performer who still has so much to give.