Wednesday, April 4, 2012
If you didn’t hear the news last week, autism diagnoses are at an all-time high as doctors learn more about this peculiar disease. Locally, the ISAAC Foundation has been raising money for youth afflicted with autism, as they’ll do at this benefit concert that features the rocking sounds of Glen Phillips, frontman of ’90s greats Toad the Wet Sprocket. Having taken much of the 2000s off, Toad made a comeback during this decade, but Phillips continues to dish out his solo cuts and might even have some new material to offer at this benefit gig.
If you're looking for a ticket to Saturday's show (which are normally $20), we're giving away some for FREE at our front desk. Just stop on by our office — 9 S. Washington, Fourth Floor — and ask for one.
The Concert for Isaac featuring Glen Phillips of Toad the Wet Sprocket, Civilized Animal, Ursa takes place this Saturdat April 7 at 7 pm at the Knitting Factory.