ALS CURE PROJECT HOSTS COUNTRY FEST TO CURE ALS
Nashville recording artists James Otto and Jason Blaine will perform as the headliners
for the Country Fest to Cure ALS concert series at three Northern California sites in
September, hosted by the ALS CURE Project.
The concerts are at the spectacular venues of Deerfield Ranch Winery, 10200 Sonoma
Highway, Kenwood, in the Sonoma Valley, on Sept. 10; Campos Family Vineyards in
Byron, Sept. 11; and Wente Amphitheater in Livermore, Sept. 12. VIP admission at Deerfield Ranch Winery will
feature a pre-concert lobster dinner with bubbles and an acoustic serenade by headliners
James Otto and Jason Blaine along with other VIP amenities.
The ALS CURE Project, a nonprofit, was founded in 2019 by Oakland A’s right fielder
Stephen Piscotty and his dad, Mike, in memory of Gretchen Piscotty, who passed away
in 2018 from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), better known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease
(www.alscure.org). The ALS CURE Project’s mission is to conduct foundational
research to identify ALS disease mechanism and ALS biomarkers to enable
pharmaceutical biotechnology to develop the ALS cure.
James Otto is an American country music artist and a member of MuzikMafia, a group
of country musicians known for ‘country music without prejudice.’ His breakthrough hit
was Just Got Started Lovin’ You in 2008.
Jason Blaine is a multiple Canadian Country Music Association award winner, with over
20 Canadian country radio hits.
Gen Adm $75 VIP $150
For information on the Country Fest to Cure ALS concert series and to purchase tickets
visit: https://paybee.io/@alscure or contact Mike Piscotty email@example.com, 925-321-
Sponsorships are available for single events or the entire series featuring VIP tickets,
concert t-shirts, wine from each venue as well as publicity at each event at:
https://www.deerfieldranch.com, https://camposfamilyvineyards.com, www.wentevineyards.com
Deerfield Ranch Winery
10200 Sonoma Hwy