Fried Frank Lawyers Come Together to Play Music for Charity

Fried Frank Lawyers Come Together to Play Music for Charity

Prominent lawyers. A historic landmark. The Beatles. A nonprofit helping adults with disabilities. What unites these things? An upcoming performance of The Johnny Esquire Band at The State Theatre in Falls Church on July 17, 2007, where the band will be honored for their charitable work in the DC area.

The Johnny Esquire Band co-founder Tom “Slowfingers” Vartanian – a Washington, D.C.-based banking lawyer at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, and a guitar aficionado, together with Jack Gordon, a litigator at Fried Frank who plays the bass, and a few other professionals will entertain a crowd with popular songs by The Beatles, Eric Clapton and Rolling Stones.

Tom and his band continue to donate their time to play music to raise money for good causes, including the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Women in Housing Finance, Thurgood Marshall School Fundraiser, Indian Tech Council 9/11 Charity Benefit and Breast Cancer Fundraiser.

The performance will benefit The Jewish Foundation for Group Homes, a DC area nonprofit that helps enhance the independence and quality of life for adults with disabilities, empowering them through long-term support, personal assistance services and training to enhance independent living skills.

The event will be held at The State Theatre -- originally a movie theatre built in 1936, and now Washington Metro area’s favorite venue for live music events -- in Falls Church’s Historic District.

We cordially invite you to attend this event and enjoy the music. Please contact me if you have any questions or would like some further information.

About the Event
Tuesday, July 17, 2007
7:00 p.m.
The State Theatre
220 N. Street Washington
Falls Church, Virginia 22046

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