PWR Duets Show Teams Locals and a Legend, Playing to Help Detainees Saturday. Feb. 29th

Parents Who Rock’s annual early spring benefit show features some of the Montclair  musicians (and even a rock legend), coming out to make music to raise money to help detainees. 

The show, Duets—It Takes Two, will feature the best local musicians, each performing one of their favorite duets. 

Montclair singer/songwriter Zara Phillips will be singing with legendary singer/guitarist Richard Thompson. Also slated to perform: Paul Ruderman and Eric Simon, Alma Schneider, Don Sarlin, Leslie Masuzzo and Dan Conway, Jessica Henry, Meg Beattie Patrick and Dean Henik, Sumana Rangachar, Howard Kerbel, Pat and Annika Cioffi, Aliza Mattenson and Ciaran Kinsella, Rob Halper, Carrie Cantor, Ed Carine, Ellen Paretti, Melissa Schaffer, Andrew Klewan, Ben Morss, Eric Sears, Melissa Schaffer. 

The show is slated for Saturday, February 29th at 7 p.m. at Bnai Keshet Synagogue, 99 South Fullerton Ave., Montclair. 

It will benefit First Friends of New Jersey and New York, an organization dedicated to upholding the inherent dignity and humanity of detained immigrants and asylum seekers. The organization promotes compassion and hope through volunteer visitation, resettlement assistance and advocacy.

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