Joanne Quinn-Smith, Publicist
Pittsburgh: Lou Lombardi of Loudini's Rock N Roll Circus (LRRC) which features his band Strangelove is no stranger to tragedy in his life and after losing his mother to cancer was haunted by the fact that he needed to give back. He wanted to create a unique multi-media entertainment experience for his audience and a buzz creating event for the venues where Strangelove performed. Lou also wanted to use this vehicle to raise money for worthy non-profit organizations.
"The Rock N Roll Philanthropist"
LRRC's entertainment extravaganza formula combines the best of past, present and future of entertainment . Excitement prevails at these performances. The band is backed by a multimedia experience created with background videos, psychedelic colors and funny videos. Strangelove Starlettes are in the crowd encouraging guests to party, get out on the dance floor. There are also variety entertainers like mimes, belly dancers, balloon artists, jugglers even mini fashion shows.
Lou's mother was also a big fan of the Big Raffle. So there is always a big prize raffle where the proceeds go to the designated charity. Lou solicits local area businesses to add items to the Big Prize. Recently he has raised money for Operation Troop Appreciation, Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank. His current show on February 28, 2013 at Moon Dogs will raise money for the Pittsburgh Passion Women's Football Team to cover their playoff expenses.
Loudini Rock N Roll Circus Plans 12 Charity Fundraisers in 12 Months
Lou Lombardi, "The Rock N Roll Philanthropist"
Feb. 28, 2013 at Moon Dogs to benefit the Pittsburgh Passion Women's Football Team Playoff Expenses.
Address of Moondogs: 378 Freeport Rd, Blawnox, PA 15238