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  • December 19th, 2012

    December 20, 2012:
    Hot Stove Cool Music Event Slated
    for the Weekend of January 11th and 12th

    Posted by Christine E. at 9:18 pm in Baseball,Good Deeds,Red Sox Comment (1)

    Some of baseball’s most brilliant minds will gather when Chicago Cubs President Theo Epstein and Hall of Fame baseball writer Peter Gammons host the annual Hot Stove Cool Music Baseball Roundtable, presented by Comcast Business Class and Mintz Levin, Friday, January 11, 2013 at Fenway Park’s State Street Pavilion.

    The in-depth discussion on changing a culture in baseball features a panel of experts including Epstein, Boston Red Sox General Manager Ben Cherington, Red Sox Manager John Farrell, Assistant General Manager of the Red Sox Mike Hazen, Baltimore Orioles Manager Buck Showalter and special guest athlete ‘panelists to be named later.’ The candid forum is moderated by Gammons, and gives the audience an opportunity to ask the expert panel questions.

    Tickets are $125 and on sale here. Package deals are available for both HSCM Roundtable and Concert. The evening begins Friday evening at 6 pm with a reception featuring complimentary Harpoon beer, Amberhill wine and a ballpark buffet.

    “I am once again excited to join this year’s distinguished panel to talk about changing a clubhouse culture in baseball.. The panel’s expertise and knowledge will provide fans an in-depth look behind the scenes,” said Gammons. “I’m appreciative of everyone’s continued involvement and support of Hot Stove Cool Music and The Foundation To Be Named Later. This year’s roundtable will surely lend itself to a great discussion for a very worthy cause.”

    The Roundtable is a special addition to the thriving Hot Stove Cool Music concert series which celebrates music, baseball and giving back. Proceeds benefit the Foundation’s Peter Gammons College Scholarships and nonprofit beneficiaries including BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life), Citizen Schools, City Year Boston, The Home for Little Wanderers, Horizons for Homeless Children, Roxbury Youthworks, Steps to Success and West End House Boys & Girls Club.

    This winter’s Hot Stove Cool Music concert takes place Saturday, January 12th, and features an ensemble of musical performances by two-time Grammy nominee Tanya Donelly, the dynamic multi-instrumentalists Parkington Sisters, Boston Music Award winners Christian McNeill & Sea Monsters, Billboard Music Songwriting winners The Chad Hollister Band and the returning Hot Stove All-Stars featuring Gammons, Buffalo Tom’s Bill Janovitz and indie rocker Kay Hanley with Robin Lane. Hollywood actor Mike O’Malley will again take the reins as emcee for the charity concert.

    About Hot Stove Cool Music: Celebrating Music, Baseball and Giving Back: Hot Stove Cool Music is a biannual charity concert and musical variety show held in the winter and summer months. The event was created in December of 2000 by Hall of Fame Baseball journalist Peter Gammons and former Boston Herald sports writer Jeff Horrigan. Over the past 13 years, Hot Stove Cool Music has become a staple on Boston’s entertainment calendar and has raised more than $5 Million for the Theo and Paul Epstein’s Foundation To Be Named Later.

    About Foundation to Be Named Later: Founded in 2005 by former Red Sox Executive Vice President and General Manager and current Chicago Cubs President of Baseball Operations, Theo Epstein and his twin brother Paul, a social worker in the Brookline public school system. Inspired by Paul and Theo’s commitment to creating positive opportunities for disadvantaged children and families in the Boston area, FTBNL expands the impact of youth-focused nonprofits by raising awareness and critical resources. Over the past six years, the Foundation has invested $5 million in grants and in-kind donations to local organizations and has sent more than 4,000 children to Red Sox and Celtics games.

    Central to FTBNL’s work are strategic partnerships with a team of nonprofits that serve disadvantaged children and families, including BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life); Citizen Schools; City Year Boston; The Home for Little Wanderers; Horizons for Homeless Children; Roxbury Youthworks; Steps to Success; and West End House Boys & Girls Club. With the generous support of RISO, FTBNL also created the “Peter Gammons College Scholarship,” named for the beloved Hall of Fame sports journalist and humanitarian, to provide 28 college scholarships to exemplary Boston area students who have overcome tremendous disadvantages but have great potential. Visit their website for more information.

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