Charity Rock Concert with Jerry Joseph | The American University of Iraq Sulaimani

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Charity Rock Concert with Jerry Joseph

Conference Hall
Thursday, May 11, 2017 - 17:00 to 18:00

Join us this Thursday at 5:00 pm for a charity concert by Jerry Joseph, an American singer, songwriter, and guitar player currently touring the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.

Jerry Joseph will be joined by the AUIS Oriental Musical Club to play at the concert. 

The concert is open to everyone. Outside guests are welcome to join by registering on this link: Please bring some form of ID with you for security check at the gate. Only registered guests can attend. 
There are no tickets, but donations are welcome, which will go to refugee camps in the Kurdistan region. 

Visit Jerry's GoFundMe page for more information about why he is touring Kurdistan, and his efforts to raise funds to bring music and music education to the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. 
About the Artist

Jerry Joseph has been writing, recording and playing music for well over three decades, and has released over 25 records as a solo artist and frontman for bands such as The Jackmormons, Stockholm Syndrome, Little Women and The Denmark Vesseys. In 2014, Jerry traveled to Afghanistan to work as a teacher at Rock School Kabul and bring needed music equipment to the school. He performs more than 150 shows a year across the globe, including recent tours in Lebanon, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, Costa Rica and Nicaragua as well as Europe and the United States.