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June 24th, 2014 at 7:21 am

DC’s Homeless are waiting for clothing.  Gifts for the Homeless will answer that call, but only with your support.  Foley & Lardner LLP is here to help with its most excellent band “Speak No Evil” — VOTE/DONATE at (don’t forget the extra “s” — that’s what makes them sassy!).  Get a taste of the band from checking out a past year’s performance on you tube (the band was formerly known as Jazz Ipsa Loquitur).



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June 19th, 2014 at 10:09 pm

Will they be able to stay at the top this year? is the big question that the other 17 bands and Banding Together fans want to know.  The Unnamed Party’s members come from triple threat Paul Hastings, Hunton & Williams, and Arent Fox.  The Unnamed Party was crowned and bestowed the trophy for the top band of the year at our 2013 charity benefit concert.  Head over to their crowdrise page before the show to aid their quest to remain the best of the best and come rock out with them at the big show on Thursday, June 26th at the Black Cat.

Want to get a taste of what you might hear at this year’s show — check them out on youtube!




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June 19th, 2014 at 9:51 pm

Step right up ladies and gentleman, and enjoy the show of One for the Governor, one of the 18 fabulous bands that you will find at Banding Together: Battle of the Law Firm Bands, a charity concert to benefit GFTH at the Black Cat on Thursday, June 26th.  One for the Governor returns after a three-year hiatus from Banding Together, and is ready to bring back its infamous eclectic love song acoustic quartet style.

The band’s members come from big law’s Crowell & Morning, Telecommunication Law Professionals, and a GFTH Board member thrown in for good measure (hint:  he’s not wearing a button down shirt and he is in the plant in the band pic).  Help the band to advance far in the competition by voting in advance on its Crowdrise page and then come cheer them on at the show!




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June 19th, 2014 at 8:15 am

It’s nighttime, the moon is full, music is playing and then you hear something. . . . Welcome to Howlin’ at the Moon.  Jet over to their Crowdrise voting page to show your love and give the band a head start for its quest to become the best of the best at Banding Together 2014: Battle of the Law Firm Bands at the Black Cat in the heart of DC on eve of Thursday, 6/26.  Come on, how can you resist these guys???



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June 17th, 2014 at 6:49 am

Make sure to check out the Banding Together ’14 Advance Voting Page for Nearly Beats Workin helmed by Hogan Lovells and Alston & Bird!  By “voting” for Nearly Beats Workin with a donation to Gifts for the Homeless, you are both advancing the band’s quest to become D.C.’s Top Law Firm Band” but also funding the purchase of essential clothing and winter items for distribution through the shelter system in Metropolitan Washington.  Check out their brief profile in Bisnow back in the day.  The Band and Gifts for the Homeless thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your support and hope to see you in person at our event.


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