image001Thursday, April 18. In Honor of the Police Unity Tour ‘GLINT’ Perfoms live at CLBC for the NEXT Charity Series

In 1997, Florham Park (NJ) Police officer Pat Montuore had a simple idea: Organize a four-day bicycle ride from New Jersey to Washington DC to raise public awareness about law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty, to ensure their sacrifice is never forgotten. The Police Unity Tour.

GLINT is an American electronic rock project founded in 2003 by Hudson River Valley native Jase Blankfort. After dropping out of high school and parting from a past career on the big screen and Broadway, Blankfort spent the better half of his life as the creator and frontman for GLINT. Functioning as producer, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Blankfort is solely responsible for GLINT’s direction & the only constant member. Dave Gottlieb thinks he is “the next Trent Reznor.”

Opening for Glint is singer/songwriter Charlie Scopoletti.

Throw these two together and mix it in with a great local brewery and artisan hot dog stand, you have one hell of an evening. RSVP at the Facebook event page.

Tickets can be purchased in advance, $10 Donation Fee (Includes 1st Beer), $20 Donation Fee (Includes CLBC Pint Glass & 1st Beer). More Donations are accepted at the event.

Future Charity Concerts
May 16 – The Attic Ends (Album Release Party) (Ethereal Indie Rock)
June 13 – Wild Adriatic (Soulful Rock and/or Roll)
July 18 – Jessica Lynn (Country Pop)
August 15 – Matt O’Ree (Monster Blues Guitar)
September – Steven Wright-Mark (Power Pop)
All Thursdays. #ThursdayIsTheNewFriday

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