Friday, April 29, 2011

Greydon Square to Appear at the Rock Shop Music Hall for the RAPture RAP-Up!

PRLog (Press Release)– Apr 29, 2011– Greydon Square has established himself as a member ferrari of the skeptic community and a successful hip hop artist, earning accolades from Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, Penn Jillette, and his lyrical mentor, Canibus.  Greydon comes to us from LA and will be performing at Fayetteville's premier live entertainment venue, The Rock Shop Music Hall.

Artist Bio:  With his latest album, The Kardashev Scale: Type I (2010), a self-developed production team allowed him to focus on writing elaborate lyrics, meaningful choruses, and sample the great words of Dr. Mitchio Kaku and Carl Sagan. Greydon's collaborative efforts and hard work resulted in a nineteen track masterpiece that followed his first bmw two albums, The Compton Effect (2007) and The CPT Theorem (2008).

The concert is being hosted by Charter Chapters of the American Humanist Association, a non-profit organization that brings humanists and nontheists of all stripes together toward the cause of progressive social change - whe aston martin re being good without gods is an accepted way to live life.   The event takes place the day after the 'Rapture' as predicted by Harold Camping of Family Radio fame.  Come join us as we celebrate our continued existence at the RAPture RAP-Up!

**Special Event** A V.I.P. party on May 21 gives Greydon fans an opportunity to meet the arti cadillac st up close and personal at the Rapture After Party (RAP) in Historic Downtown  Fayetteville's Rainbow Room.  Admission to RAP is $25, and includes a FREE ticket to see Greydon perform at the Rock Shop Music Hall.  SPACE IS LIMITED - we strongly suggest pre-registering  for this VIP event.  Full details are available at www.cncah.org

Rapture After Party:  May 21 @ 6pm - $20 pre-registered, $25 at the door RAPture RAP-Up:  May 22. Doors open at 3pm.  $12 entry ($15 under 21)


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