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Art for Animals and Lolabelle’s Debut Performance

On Friday, November 19, 2010 Lolabelle will be rock’n rolling live at Club Helsinki in Hudson, NY !

Laurie Anderson, Lolabelle’s guardian, the world renowned performance artist is an avid supporter of animal rights and the ethical treatment of animals.  She has supported Art for Animals for many years and has donated her time and art for this important cause.

Lolabelle has played in public before at the launch of Laurie’s new album “Homeland”.

Please read about this wonderful organization , the event,  all the other performers and the art for sale and how you too can get involved!

Here is an unedited version of the actual live performance:

Thank you Cathy Grier for sharing this video and your really superb performance that night!


You can read Lolabelle’s bio here: Lolabelle Part 1
You can see video clips of Lolabelle playing the piano here: Lolabelle Part 2

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