505 W. 23rd St.
New York, New York 10001

If Ever I Cease To Love is a timely and engaging documentary that explores post-Hurricane Katrina New Orleans, a town that invented what we know as American music. Since Hurricane Katrina, those who once founded such an integral aspect of our culture have now been destroyed, displaced and abandoned. What will New Orleans musicians make of this betrayal? Will they bounce back like they always have in tough times? Or will the systematic neglect since the storm finally drive them to give in? What does this really say about what our culture and spirit of this country has become?

The party will help raise funds to bring the documentary crew to New Orleans to film the musicians at home. We're going to have food, dollar beer, and we'll screen a short demo of the documentary!

...chronicles displaced New Orleans rock bands including The Public and The Fantastic Ooze, who recently toured New York's rock scene in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Peters explores the network of Katrina evacuees based in New York City, the businesses that support them, and interviews the bands' members about their experiences during the storm and what New Orleans music will become. The project is produced by Peters' indie film banner dinomonster films , along with Liquid Metal Media, LLC.

a mere $10

Additional donations will be accepted throughout the evening. Cash and checks accepted. Make checks payable to Liquid Metal Media, LLC. If you are unable to attend, and wish to donate via mail or PAYPAL let us know!

Added by metal.fingers on February 17, 2006

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