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Making a difference with music: Candlelight Concerts for Epilepsy

Carolina Barcelos Carneiro de Oliveira Miller was 25 and had been happily married to her husband Eric Miller for only two years when she died as a result of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP).  Since Carolina’s passing, Eric has worked to increase epilepsy awareness and reduce the stigma associated with this disorder.

Candlelight Concerts

The Candlelight Concert series were originally offered from Eric’s own living room. The concerts have grown in popularity and are now held in Trinity United Methodist Church in Ewing, NJ.There are four amazing shows slated for March and April in honor of Purple Day. Tickets are on sale now so don’t miss this opportunity to make  a difference and hear some amazing music.

March 27th – Ed Kowalczyk formerly of LIVE

20+ million records sold.  I Alone, Lightning Crashes, Dolphins Cry, Selling The Drama, All Over You and more!
Special opener: Pete Donnelly of The Figgs, NRBQ and Soul Asylum

April 4th – Living Colour

Grammy winning, legendary band will blow the roof off of Trinity UMC!
Special Opener: Joe Miller with Kuf Knotz

April 11th – Joan Osborne

2013 Grammy nominated artist and singer of the classic One Of Us.  Always a stellar show!
Special opener: Aaron & The Spell

April 27th – Paula Cole

Grammy winning, singer-songwriter famous for I Don’t Want To Wait/Where Have All The Cowboys Gone and more!
Special opener: Emily Grove

Tickets for each are $30 in advance and $35 at the door.   Doors are at 7, shows start about 7:30.  
The venue address is Trinity UMC, 1985 Pennington Road, Ewing NJ.
Tickets and all info at http://www.candlelightconcert.org

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  1. Wanda kemp
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    I have been having Partial Complex Seizures and a few grand Mal seizures sense I was 40, just started out of the blue. So I am there with all of you!

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