Crislyn will be putting on a special show with some of her friends and her wonderful little daughter Annabelle moon at 8 PM at the studio venue audience members are asked to be there at 7:30 since the show will air at 8pm.
March 12 8pm $10.00 Audience is limited to 15 people in person. So please rsvp 310-853-3991 The Studio Venue 105 W. Alameda Ave #219 Burbank, Ca 91502 www.thestudiovenue.com/live
The venues is charging us $150 to set up everything and stream live so all donations will go to those cost and anything extra will be put towards savings for Crislyn to finish recording her children's song album for her daughter Miss Annabelle Moon.
♥ Crislyn & Annabelle 310-853-3991
More Info: www.crislynsand.com https://www.facebook.com/AnnabelleMoonSand
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