Band From TV Rocks a private corporate event in Puerto Rico.
Hero Morgan Spurlock united Geeks for Peace at Comic-Con 2015
© Liz H Kelly, National Digital Entertainment Columnist and Goody Awards Founder
Hero Morgan Spurlock (“Super Size Me”) united celebrities and superheroes to change the world at the 2015 Comic-Con International at the inaugural Geeks for Peace party last weekend in San Diego, California, along with Kevin Smith and Gotham Chopra. This landmark event launched Geeks for Peace with a benefit for Kids for Peace.
To take you there, we captured celebrity photos of Scott Grimes (“American Dad”, “Band of Brothers”), Adrian Pasdar (“Heroes”, “Agents of S.H.E.I.L.D.”), Greg Grunberg (“Heroes”, “Star Trek”), Bob Guiney (“The Bachelor”), and Singer Dawn Mitschele. Giancarlo Esposito (“Revolution”) also made a special guest appearance.
Morgan Spurlock took center stage and was mingling with the crowd to support Kids For Peace. The goal was raise funds and awareness for this great cause that is a nonprofit that encourages young people to respect others and serve as worldwide advocates for peace.
Band From TV rocked the house, including Scott Grimes (vocals), Adrian Pasdar (guitar, vocals), Greg Grunberg (drums) and Bob Guiney (vocals). Scott engaged with fans by singing on the dance floor, and everyone was having a blast dancing with their red capes with a white peace symbol. Band From TV is dedicated to serving charities worldwide.
BFTV played a Kansas Style BBQ and jam session launch party hosted by Greg Grunberg and Band from TV for the new LYCOS LIFE, a New Global Humanitarian Project to provide everyone with critical information about air and water quality through LYCOS’ new line of wearable tech accessories.
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BFTV returns for a second year to play at the Burbank Arts for All Gala to raise money for the arts in the Burbank Unified School System.
BFTV played the UCSF Medical Center’s Haute Champions Gala afterparty.
The Champions Gala is an exclusive and elegant soiree held Jan.10 at the UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay to thank the “champions” who helped make the $1.5 billion healthcare complex that officially opens Feb. 1 a reality. There was star power in the form of surprise performers Tim MGraw and Kevin Spacey, the breaking philanthropic news of venture capitalist Ron Conway’s $40 million donation to the medical center, a swank decor that easily made people forget they were in a tent, heart-tugging words from an adorable kid, Rhett Krawitt, who wasn’t even three years old when he learned he had leukemia and an energetic after-party with Band from TV.
The new hospital complex is comprised of the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, the UCSF Bakar Cancer Hospital and the UCSF Betty Irene Moore Women’s Hospital.
Hollywood’s stars turned out to support Save a Child’s Heart at its first annual West Coast ceremony and helped raise $300,000 at this glittering, red carpet event which took place at the Sony Picture Studios.
Guests included actors Josh Duhamel, Lisa Edelstein and Amber Tamblyn. Comedian Howie Mandel hosted the event and the Band from TV performed.