|For Immediate Release
August 28, 2013
|Susan Kang Schroeder
Chief of Staff
CELEBRITY TRIPLE-THREAT STAN FRAZIER ADDS SUGAR RAY BANDMATE MURPHY KARGES TO MUSICAL LINE-UP FOR “KEEP CALM AND BEAT H.E.A.T. ROCKING & RALLY”
*Frazier is a Chef-Musician-Entrepreneur serving as Director of Music for the Rally
SANTA ANA – Director of Music Stan Frazier for the Orange County District Attorney’s Office’s (OCDA) “Keep Calm and Beat H.E.A.T. Rocking & Rally” has added Sugar Ray bandmate Murphy Karges to the musical line-up. The Rocking & Rally will be held on Sept. 9, 2013, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Twila Reid Park, 3100 West Orange Avenue, Anaheim.
On Monday, the OCDA announced that principal songwriter, drummer, producer and co-founder of the American rock band Sugar Ray turned celebrity chef and entrepreneur Frazier will donate his time and talent by taking on the responsibility of organizing the musical entertainment and serving as Director of Music for the Rally.
“Murphy helped me hold down the rhythm section in Sugar Ray on and off stage. He always had a ton of patience with each band member and was always the voice of reason. He has an exceptional listening ability and always knew how to smooth over any sticky personal situations. He was definitely the band’s Gandhi!” stated Sugar Ray bandmate Frazier.
“Human trafficking is a deplorable and despicable thing in any shape or form, and I am happy to be involved with Stan Frazier and Orange County District Attorney and play music for an evening to help raise awareness for this great cause,” stated Karges.
The OCDA would like to thank the co-sponsors for this event: The City of Anaheim, Anaheim Councilwoman Kris Murray, California Against Slavery Research and Education, California Victim Compensation Program, Casa Youth Shelter, Community Service Programs Inc. and the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force, Cottonwood Church, Crittenton Services for Children and Families, Diamond Bar Councilwoman Ling Ling Chang, Dream Center, FREE THEM, Get Safe USA, Grandma’s House of Hope, Orange County Supervisors Shawn Nelson and Janet Nguyen, Magnolia Baptist Church, State Board of Equalization Vice Chair Michelle Steel, Mike and Susan Schroeder, Jerry Zomorodian of All American Petroleum Corporation, The Pepper Project, Rancho Santa Margarita Councilman Steve Baric, Saving Innocence, Salvation Army, iSanctuary, the Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs (AOCDS), and Police Departments in the Cities of Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Cypress, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, La Palma, Santa Ana, and Tustin.