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Kevin and Michael are excited about playing a special benefit concert at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer to raise funds for the upcoming Phase I of the Viaduct Rail Park. The vision is for a continuous three-mile linear park and recreation path in Philadelphia, connecting many neighborhoods and cultural institutions to Fairmount Park along the historic elevated Reading Viaduct and City Branch rail cut of the former Philadelphia and Reading Railroad. Visit Friends of the Rail Park for more information on this important community project.

General Admission tickets are $35 and VIP tickets are $125. VIP Tickets includes entrance to VIP Cocktail Party from 6-8 p.m. with open bar, complimentary hors d’oeuvres, VIP parking, and exclusive mezzanine viewing section. Tickets

Three levels of sponsorship opportunities are also available and include a private meet & greet with Kevin and Michael, along with other benefits. See attached sponsorship packet for details.




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The Bacon Brothers


When it comes to doing interviews to promote an acting project, Kevin Bacon isn’t much for dishing out his life story. But when it comes to writing songs, The Bacon Brothers are all about creating the soundtrack of their experience. Kevin and his elder sibling, Michael, have been a consistent fixture in the studio and on the road for the better part of 20 years, releasing eight albums in the process. The group will perform Saturday at The Kent Stage.

“To me, you do countless interviews where people are hoping you’re going to reveal something personal about yourself,” Kevin Bacon said. “And in fact, I look at that part of interviews as a skill where you make people believe you’re sharing something personal when you’re really not. I’m sorry to admit that, but that’s how I approach the personal side of doing press.” Music is different. Read the full interview in the Canton Repository

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Kevin and Michael Bacon have been making music together for pretty much their whole lives. So it seemed logical when, 25 years ago, they decided to join forces to start recording records and performing live shows as the Bacon Brothers. ...

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