TWLOHA Heavy & Light, House of Blues, January 7th 2012

To Write Love on Her Arms’ concert event at the House of Blues was a huge success. It featured acoustic music, spoken word, and conversation about recovery and rescue. Spoken work poet Anis Mojgani started off the night with a poem about hope, and then introduced the first act. Noah Gunderson played songs about hope, questions, and had honest conversation with the crowd about life. All of the music that night followed the same theme; honesty and hope. Dave Bazan, William Fitzsimmons, and Mariah McManus all played songs about their real lives, which was nice to see. Of course, Chris Carabba from Dashboard Confessional played all of this classing songs, including “Vindicated”, “You Have Stolen My Heart”, and “Hands Down”, which had the crowd singing along for his entire set. Some highlights of the night were TWLOHA founder Jamie Tworkowski and Renee Yohe speaking about their story, a preview clip of the new film “”RENEE”, which is about the story of TWLOHA, and a finale song which featured all of the artists from the night. All in all, Heavy And Light was a great event, which encouraged people who are struggling to find help, find someone to talk to, and to begin the road to recovery.

If you or someone you know is in need of someone to talk to, please check out http://twloha.com for ways to find help.

Check out our exclusive photo gallery from this event by clicking HERE !!

Review & photos by Adam Sliger

Posted on January 13, 2012, in Reviews and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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