Online concert to raise funds for Ida’s recovery at Hillside School
Hillside School dad and local rock musician Jason Didner will host an online fundraising concert on November 13 to raise funds for the recovery of Tropical Storm Ida in Hillside.
The Ida floods particularly damaged the school’s aesthetic classrooms and the specialized equipment and supplies they contain, according to a press release for the concert.
This included mats in the gym, and Didner, whose fifth-year daughter is a gymnast, wanted to help.
“I really want to do something about this situation, so I’m putting my ability to entertain to good use,” Didner said in the press release.
The concert will be broadcast at 8 p.m. on the online performance platform Live coffee. To attend the show, go to the website approximately 10 minutes before the show time and create an account based on an email address. Then log in and click on Didner’s icon on the site’s home page to access his concert.
On this show, Didner will feature original songs, including “You Can’t Get There from Here in Jersey” and “Run With My Troubles,” intended to encourage listeners to take care of their mental health during stressful times like the pandemic. current and its consequences. tropical storm.
Didner will also take requests through the Live Streamer Cafe interface. His repertoire includes selections from Bruce Springsteen, The Beatles, Billy Joel, Otis Redding, Journey and many more of his favorite classic rock artists, according to the press release.
Donations can be made through the website. All proceeds will go to the Hillside Parent Teacher Association, of which Didner is a member.
For more information, contact Didner at 201-838-1205 or email him at [email protected]