Jackson Browne, Rosanne Cash, Marc Cohn, Eddie Vedder and Harlem’s Gospel for Teens to Perform at the Beacon Theatre on Sept. 25

Jackson Browne, Rosanne Cash, Marc Cohn, Eddie Vedder and Harlem’s Gospel for Teens to perform at the Beacon Theatre on Sept. 25th as Part of The Concert Across America To End Gun Violence Will Occur At Over 100 Venues Nationwide..

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Pearl Jam lead singer, guitarist and ukuleleist joins Jackson Browne, Rosanne Cash,
Marc Cohn, and Vy Higginsen’s Gospel Choir of Harlem at Beacon Theatre Show

New York, NY ­ (Sept. 13, 2016) – Organizers of the Concert Across America to End Gun Violence today announced that Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam has joined the lineup for the nationwide concert’s headliner event at New York’s Beacon Theatre on September 25 – the Congressionally-designated date to remember murder victims. Vedder will take the stage with previously­ announced artists Jackson Browne, Rosanne Cash, Marc Cohn and Vy Higginsen’s Gospel Choir of Harlem.

Tickets are on sale at and all Ticketmaster locations.

The Beacon Theatre is among 250 venues nationwide where more than 1,000 artists will lend their voices and mobilize to make the country’s epidemic of gun violence a voting issue in the November elections. Spearheaded by Massachusetts­based Stop Handgun Violence (SHV) partnering with Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence and dozens of other organizations, the Concert Across America to End Gun Violence will feature performances at a diverse array of venues ranging from churches and school gymnasiums to honky­tonks, theatres and hotel rooftops.

From the Rooftop at the Standard in Los Angeles and Lola’s Trailer Park in Fort Worth, TX, to the Brighton Music Hall in Boston and the Arlington Theatre in Santa Barbara, CA, artists will give voice to the more than five hundred thousand Americans murdered by a firearm since the mass shooting at the University of Texas on Aug. 1, 1966.

“Every day in America over 90 people die and 200 are injured from largely preventable gun violence. It’s time we all take a stand against the epidemic of gun violence and hold our elected officials accountable. This coast-to-coast concert and mobilizing effort will ensure that gun violence prevention is front and center in the November elections and beyond,” SHV Founder John Rosenthal said.

Visit for more information. #ConcertAcrossAmerica to #EndGunViolence.


About the Concert Across America. This nationwide event will bring together a network of organizations, activists, and artists with the dual goals of keeping guns out of dangerous hands and making the issue of gun violence prevention top of mind for members of Congress, the presidential candidates, and the American people as they go to the polls in November 2016. For more information, visit

Stop Handgun Violence (SHV) is a Massachusetts­-based non­profit organization committed to the prevention of gun violence through education, public awareness, effective law enforcement, and common­ sense gun laws. SHV has been the lead advocate in Massachusetts for enactment of some of the most effective gun violence prevention laws and of first-in-the-nation consumer protection regulations, which have helped reduce gun deaths in the Commonwealth. The organization does not seek to restrict Constitutional rights but advocates only for common­ sense legislation that will help save lives. For more information, go to

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SHV Founder John Rosenthal said, “In the midst of America’s epidemic of gun violence that results in 90 deaths, over 200 injuries and a mass shooting every day, this powerful coast-to- coast concert and organizing effort will raise awareness and – very importantly – get out the vote on gun violence prevention in the November elections and beyond.”

For more information:

#ConcertAcrossAmerica to #EndGunViolence.

A Full List of Confirmed Concert Venues and Interfaith Events:

Yucca Tap Room – Tempe AZ

The Tudor House Lake – Arrowhead CA

The Standard – Downtown LA Los Angeles CA

Backyard Coffee – Redwood City CA

Incarnation Episcopal Church – San Francisco CA

The Arlington Theatre – Santa Barbara CA

The Dickens Opera House – Longmont CO

Zion Episcopal Church – North Branford CT

First Congregational Church of Vernon – Vernon CT

Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church – Washington DC

Temple Micah – Washington DC

15th Street Presbyterian Church – Washington DC

National City Christian Church – Washington DC

Community of Sant'Egidio – Washington DC

The Church of the Epiphany – Washington DC

Delaware Ecumenical Council – Wilmington DE

The Omega Institute – Boca Raton FL

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Sanctuary & Garden – Boca Raton FL

Saint David's Episcopal Church – Lakeland FL

Congregation Beth Shalom – Palm Harbor FL

United Church of Christ of St. Augustine – Pomona Park FL

Cotton Mill Farmers' Market – Carrollton GA

CSPS Hall – Cedar Rapids IA

Edwards Congregational UCC – Davenport IA

Mount St. Francis Center – Dubuque IA

WIRE – Chicago/Berwyn IL

Chicago (TBA) – Chicago IL

Hospital Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis – Springfield IL

First Christian Church of Beech Grove – Beech Grove IN

Sisters of St. Francis – Oldenburg IN

Sisters of the Holy Cross – South Bend IN

First Unitarian Church of South Bend – South Bend IN

First Unitarian Church of South Bend – South Bend IN

Liberty Hall – Lawrence KS

Campbell Plaza Salina KS

Woodland United Methodist Church – Wichita KS

Second Line Brewing – New Orleans LA

OperaCréole in partnership with Rayne Memorial United Methodist Church and Ashe Cultural Center – New Orleans LA

Brighton Music Hall – Allston MA

Regent Theatre – Arlington MA

Brighton Music Hall – Boston MA

Peg Noonan Park – East Falmouth

Amazing Things Arts Center – Framingham MA

(Cape Cod) MA

Framingham Town Hall – Framingham MA

Mile Marker One – Gloucester MA

Rocky Neck Cultural Center – Gloucester MA

Society of the Congregational Church of Great Barrington – Great Barrington MA

Bella Luna & The Milky Way – Jamaica Plain MA

Christ Episcopal Church – Needham MA

Sally O’Briens – Somerville MA

ONCE / Cuisine en Locale – Somerville MA

Gardner Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church – Springfield MA

First Congregational Church of Williamstown – Williamstown MA

Grace – St. John's United Methodist Church – Baltimore MD


Good Shepherd United Methodist Church – Silver Spring MD

Davenport Park – Bangor ME

Friends School of Portland – Bath ME

Congress Square Park – Portland ME

St. Luke's Cathedral – Portland ME

Congress Square Park – Portland ME

Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lansing – Lansing MI

Pilgrim Congregational Church UCC – Duluth MN

International Market Square – Minneapolis MN

Lutheran Church of the Redeemer Saint Paul MN

Central Reformed Congregation – St. Louis MO

Episcopal Church of the Resurrection – Omaha NE

Keene Unitarian Universalist Church – Keene NH

Birdseye Lounge – Portsmouth NH

Boneyard Bar & Grill – Atlantic City NJ

Old Stone Church (First Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Hunterdon County – Baptistown NJ

Trinity UMC – Ewing NJ

Ruthie’s BBQ and Pizza – Montclair NJ

Adath Shalom – Morris Plains NJ

The Holland Project – Reno NV

Towne Crier – Beacon NY

Jalopy – Brooklyn NY

First Congregational Church in Chappaqua – Chappaqua NY

First Presbyterian of Cooperstown – Cooperstown NY

BSP Kingston – Kingston NY

Hudson Park Bandshell – New Rochelle NY

House of Justice – New York NY

St. Marks Bowery – New York NY

Metropolitan Community Church of New York – New York NY

House of Justice – New York NY

Woodlands Community Temple – White Plains NY

Heritage Universalist Unitarian Church – Cincinnati OH

U.S. Bank Plaza – Cleveland OH

Smyrna United Church of Christ – Canby OR

Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia – Aston PA

Gettysburg Gun Safety Study Group – Gettysburg PA

Anna's Place: A Franciscan Hospitality Center – Glen Riddle PA

Haverford College, Marshall Auditorium – Haverford PA

Chestnut Hill United Church – Philadelphia PA

Swarthmore College – Swarthmore PA

Unitarian universalists of Gettysburg – Thomasville PA

Unitarian Congregation of West Chester – West Chester PA

Zion Lutheran Church – York PA

Temple Habonim – Barrington RI

Religious Coalition for a Violence-Free RI – Cranston RI

Columbus Theatre – Providence RI

Exit / In – Nashville TN

Threadgill’s – Austin TX

Dan’s Silverleaf – Denton TX

Lola’s Saloon & Trailer Park – Fort Worth TX

Tysons Biergarten – Vienna VA

Columbia City Theatre – Seattle WA

Woodwalk Gallery and Events – Egg Harbor WI

The Root Note – La Crosse WI

The Stein Haus – La Crosse WI

The Pump House – La Crosse WI

Riverside Park – La Crosse WI

Madison Mennonite Church – Madison WI

Company Brewing – Milwaukee WI