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ORGANIZATION: The Circle's Edge, inc.


Help a good cause while jamming & having fun!!

Small local non-profit (The Circle's Edge, Inc.( tm)) seeks musicians to collaborate to record a CD and perform around the area at local senior homes, nursing homes, community centers, and abroad to NYC.

  • Live recording of CD paid for.

  • Transportation, gas, food, etc. covered

  • Album and royalty credit included.

  • Get Paid from royalty credit, show gigs, and expected record/performing deal

  • Also get tax write off for In-Kind Service for this years tax return.

  • Fulfill Volunteer Hours for school, university, the courts, or whoever you need to fulfill needed volunteer hours for!!

The Circle's Edge, Inc.( tm) needs a serious, skilled, dedicated Rock/Metal Drummer!

Rehearsals time and place TBA but will be in a metro bus accessible spot in or near Cohoes.

If you can NOT make it to rehearsals and shows (including shows in NYC) do NOT apply or respond!!

If you miss 3 rehears then you forfeit any court appointed or community service hours you earned and need!!

Only serious, committed, dedicated, musicians needed!!

Ability to:

  • Ad lib
  • Join in at any point during a jam sessions
  • Follow the musicians or singers leads
  • Hit the ground running, fill in, follow, & flow
  • And lastly, someone who is passionate about our mission and cause!

Please respond with samples of your work and some references (band leader, music teacher, pastor, boss, etc. ) who can vouch on your reliability, skill, and professionalism.

Send video, samples, resume, and references to CirclesEdgeInc@ or fax to 443-927-7909.

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About The Circle's Edge, inc.


P.O. Box 895, Cohoes, NY 12047, US

Mission Statement

The Circle’s Edge is a non-profit whose mission is to combat bullying and loneliness through outreach programs and social activities with no niche attached. This fulfills an identified critical need within the community.


How we are different then other groups

Most groups address the issue of bullying and isolation by awareness measures - which is most certainly needed. However the bully AND victim both are all to aware of this reality. There are various peer mediation groups in local high schools and several bully awareness organizations in the UK and America to advocate the BYSTANDERS to not just sit and watch but get up and stop it.

However outside of these efforts which are all very much needed, little if anything exist for those solitary, isolated, loners out there all on their own. And there are no groups whose mission is to foster belonging for single, lonely, individuals who dwell outside the in-crowd.

Our missions is to foster a belonging aspect by offering welcoming social activities to such individuals. Offering educational art programs and social activities with no niche attached.

For if the victim had a group of peers s/he hung with, the bully would need to contend with all of their friends. The victim however is most times a loner with limited friends and backing. Additionally, it is all too evident that bullying is not just some elementary or high school issue. There is work place bullying as well as bullying in universities, churches, and many other arenas which are totally overlooked until it is too late.

Therefore, we, The Circle's Edge, inc., offers meetings, socials, and educational events as a way for people (in particular those who feel left out) to get involved and belong to something with no niche attached. Our meetings and activities offer a way to foster the belonging aspect of our mission.


Arts & Culture
Race & Ethnicity
Arts & Culture, International, Race & Ethnicity


Tue Aug 31, 2010 - Thu Jan 06, 2011


P.O. Box 895Cohoes, NY 12047



  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 15

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