The Steadman Philippon Research Institute
Invites you to
Rock the Research
Silver Anniversary Celebration
Recognizing the contributions of
Dr. J. Richard Steadman
Featuring a Private Performance by
The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch
Friday, July 5, 2013
To benefit the orthopaedic research and educational programs
of the Steadman Philippon Research Institute
Sponsorships available now
Tickets available May 1, 2013
For information please call Lynda Sampson 970-479-1563
Steadman Philippon Research Institute is a tax-exempt 501 (c) (3) charitable
organization dedicated to keeping people active.
Edwin McCain to Perform for Summer Benefit Concert
We are excited to announce that American singer-songwriter Edwin McCain will show his support for the Steadman Philippon Research Institute (SPRI) as the headline performer for the Institute’s 2013 annual summer fundraising concert. “Rock the Research” is scheduled for Friday, July 5, in Vail, Colorado.
McCain is a well-known alternative rock singer-songwriter. While his albums are released under his name, he does have a permanent band, referred to as the Edwin McCain Band. Long-time touring friends with Hootie and the Blowfish, the Edwin McCain Band released their first major-label album, “Honor Among Thieves,” in 1995. Mid-2004 saw the arrival of his first studio album in three years, entitled “Scream & Whisper,” which was released by label, DRT Entertainment.
Edwin McCain Band’s original material CD, titled, “Lost in America,” was released in, 2006, by Vanguard Records. This was a true “rock ‘n roll” collection. There were three single releases from this CD: “Gramercy Park Hotel,” “Truly Believe,” and “The Kiss.” Edwin’s next release, a collection of rhythm and blues cover songs entitled “Nobody’s Fault But Mine,” was released June 24 2008 under the Saguaro Road Records label. In 2010 he released “The Best of Edwin McCain,” a 20 career retrospective that included a cross-section of material as well as a new single, “Walk With You.” McCain’s tenth album, “Mercy Bound,” was released August 30, 2011. All proceeds from the concert will fund new research for orthopaedic injuries and conditions. Last year’s event was extremely successful and we are looking forward to another sellout crowd.
For information on the dinner and auction, please call Lynda Sampson (970) 479-5809.