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Magic Giant To Perform As Part Of Wildlife Relief Fund Benefit Concert


MAGIC GIANT

Joins Parks California ForWildlife Relief Fund Benefit Concert

In light of the recent fires that have devastated the west coast, MAGIC GIANT have announced that they are joining Parks California for the foundation’s upcoming Wildlife Relief Fund Benefit Concert. The event is taking place this Saturday, November 21st at 4pm PT via StageIt, and featuring performances from MAGIC GIANT, American Author’s Zac Barnett, Karl Denson, G. Love, and more. Full line up can be found below. 

Tickets are available now for a suggested donation, with money raised being used help reopen previously fire-impacted parks by: clearing roads to create safer access for maintenance crews, cleaning up the parks to make them accessible to the public, and putting up signs to provide proper warning and guidance to visitors. Learn more about the event here.

The fires have been especially devastating this year and so now it’s our turn to start rebuilding,” the band shares. “The forests give us so much: they clean our air, clean our water, give homes to countless species of wild animals, help regulate the Earth’s climate, protect against floods, provide oxygen, and so much more.  We appreciate everyone’s support in helping reforest California and in honor of Mother Nature, we played this set in the great outdoors.

A dynamic blend of alt-rock meets pop wrapped in a festive, down to earth package, MAGIC GIANT recently stormed the stage at ABC’s Good Morning America. The band performed their hit single “Disaster Party” (S-Curve Records/BMG), marking the song’s national TV debut and adding to its success on Alternative Radio and across Spotify, Apple Music, and Alternative Radio. They also premiered the official music video on Billboard.

The band recently debuted follow up “Outta My Head,” a catchy and captivating track about trying to hold on to love despite the odds. “Outta My Head” is out now via S-Curve Records and can be streamed at https://magicgiant.ffm.to/outtamyhead. The song recently impacted Alternative Radio with early support from KROX/Austin, WMRQ/Hartford, WWWX/Green Bay and WGHL/Louisville.

MAGIC GIANT, made up of Austin Bisnow (vocals/keys), Zambricki Li (viola/guitar), and Zang (guitar/bass), has recently been working on their new album from The Bunker, a 1940’s underground bomb-shelter the band converted in Silverlake, CA. Telling stories of love, loss, unity, friendship and heartache, the record is sincere and heartfelt. Calling this moment in the group’s lives a “marriage,” the music reflects the time, dedication and openness the group shared over the course of the making of the album.

Over the past six years, MAGIC GIANT have amassed over 60M streams, and been named one of “10 Artists You Need to Know” by Rolling Stone. In addition, the band has been featured on The Today Show and played to thousands at festivals such as Coachella, Firefly, BottleRock, Electric Forest, and Lightning in a Bottle. MAGIC GIANT have shown they are an alt powerhouse, having shared the stage with the likes of Foster the People, The Lumineers, Vance Joy, Mumford & Sons, and more. This year they launched the ‘LIVE FROM QUARANTINE’ festival in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. Since then, they have hosted three more successful weekends and raised over $125K for charity – creating a community based on hope and compassion with the help of Edward Norton, Zac Barnett (American Authors), David Blaine, Nicholas Petricca (Walk The Moon), Woody Harrelson,Lauren Ruth Ward, Jonathan Russel (The Head And The Heart), Jason Mraz, Wesley Schultz (The Lumineers), and more.

About Bryan Joe Corder (4003 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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