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Cabaret of Hope with Keith Borden & Friends

On Sunday December 12, 2010, the soulful sounds of multi-talented singer/actor Keith Borden will be featured in a “Cabaret of Hope”, benefiting The ALS Association Golden West Chapter – Los Angeles Office.
The musical benefit begins at 5pm and will be held at the prestigious Club NYX in Glendale, 156 S. Brand Blvd., Glendale Ca. This extraordinary evening will also feature a silent auction, raffles, and more.

From coast to coast, Keith has shared or performed on stage with numerous super star talents, including Patti La Belle, The Winans, The Clark Sisters, Cee Cee Peniston, Peabo Bryson, Roberta Flack, Bonnie Franklin, Bob Saget, Brad Garret, and countless others. He has appeared in his own one man shows including “Singin Somethin Soulful†and “An Afternoon Delight†in NY and Los Angeles. With numerous stage credits to his name, this promises to be an evening not soon to be forgotten.

In addition to his own incredible talents, Keith will be joined by special guest performers from stage, screen and television as they present an unforgettable night of songs represented through jazz, Broadway tunes and more.
Others scheduled to appear include Joshua Finkel, The Hernandez Trio, Ali B Olmo, Kounterfeit Change,

Keith, who will also be celebrating his 50th b-day that night, said, “I’m so thrilled to use my voice once again and share the stage with such phenomenal talents, for a worthy organization. The ALS Association Golden West Chapter – Los Angeles Office, has been there for so many, including my dear, late friend, Kathryn Skatula, who died tragically from this disease.â€

About ALS: ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis aka Lou Gehrig’s Disease) is a devastating and always fatal degenerative neuromuscular disease for which there is no known cause or cure. The average life expectancy of a person diagnosed with ALS is 2 to 5 years. 150,000 people living in the US today will die of ALS and 20,000 of them live in California. On average, caring for a person with ALS can cost upwards of $250,000 annually.

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