Benefit Concerts

Changing hearts and minds through music.

There is nothing quite like the experience of live music.  The Angel Band Project hosts benefit concerts featuring musicians who are passionate about the using their voices to engage people with the issue of sexual violence.

We have held concerts for audiences of 50 people to 1,000. 

If you are a musician and are interested in holding a concert to benefit The Angel Band Project, please email Rachel Ebeling or call her at (314) 240-5525

Take You with Me - Album

Our first benefit album is filled with songs performed by those personally affected by the tragic loss of rape and murder victim, Teresa Butz.  Recorded live over the span of a year in four different cities, family, friends, and hundreds of professional singers and musicians joined us in creating this moving work. It helped us heal and revealed to us the healing effects music can have after tragedy.

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An Evening with Norbert Leo Butz - Album

Two-time Tony Award Winner Norbert Leo Butz performed two sold-out shows in St. Louis in 2013.  The album was recorded live at the Sheldon Concert Hall, and features a variety of songs from rock, to folk, to soul and everything in between. 

Norbert is the brother of Teresa Butz, whose death in 2009 sparked the formation of The Angel Band Project.

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Songs of Survival - Released 2016

The power of music has been captured in our third benefit album, Songs of Survival.  Six survivors of sexual and/or intimate partner violence completed six weeks of music therapy to put their individual stories of healing to song.  These powerful songs are filled with emotion, and for every album sold, one is given to a survivor in counseling.

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We have many volunteer opportunities in our three key cities: 
St. Louis, Seattle and New York City.
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