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Entercom Announces “A Concert for Unity” in Pittsburgh

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, the #1 creator of live, original, local audio content in the United States, announced “A for Unity” to benefit the rebuilding of Tree of Life – Or L’Simcha Congregation in .

The event, presented by Pittsburgh stations 100.7 STAR (-FM) and Y108 (WDSY-FM), will be broadcast live on both stations and will feature musical performances by Dan + Shay, FRZY and The Andy Davis Band on Sunday, December 2 at 2:00 p.m. ET at Pittsburgh’s .

“Pittsburgh suffered an unfathomable tragedy and our community has come together to support our neighbors in their time of need,” said Michael Spacciapolli, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, Entercom Pittsburgh. “Through the generosity of local Pittsburgh artists and the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, ‘A Concert for Unity’ will directly support the rebuilding of Tree of Life.”

“On behalf of our entire congregation, I wish to thank all who are involved in this amazing effort to support the rebuilding of our synagogue,” said Samuel K. Schachner, Ph.D., President, Tree of Life – Or L’Simcha Congregation. “We are so appreciative of this ‘Concert for Unity’ for Tree of Life’s benefit, just as we are humbled by this incredible show of support from all who are involved. This proves that love truly is stronger than hate.”

Full ticket face value will benefit the rebuilding and reopening of Tree of Life – Or L’Simcha Congregation in Pittsburgh. Dan + Shay, FRZY, The Andy Davis Band, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Dollar Bank and Pittsburgh’s Byham Theater are donating their services to support the benefit.

Dan + Shay is an American country music duo featuring Pittsburgh native Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney. The group became the first new country duo to debut at #1 on Billboard’s Country Albums Chart with their Gold-certified first album “Where It All Began” in 2014.


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