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Crossover classical vocalist Terry Barber to perform in Hollywood benefit on Tuesday, May 6

From vocalist Terry Barber:

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On Terry's website:

Dear Friends,

TERRY BARBER has been nominated for "Man Of The Year" by the third largest non-profit organization in the USA, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS).

Terry: "My mother, Michele Russo Jillson, died of Lymphoma in Dec.2006 only a year after her diagnosis. Many of you probably know about my recent solo recording, "Songs She Loved", which I dedicated to her. She was an humanitarian, an arts advocate, and an amazing person.

The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society is responsible for amazing gains in cancer research It is with their help that the overall survival rate of childhood leukemia has risen from 4% to 85% since the Society's inception in 1960.

Though much progress has been made, my family and I are painfully aware that there is still much work to do. More than 823,349 Americans have leukemia, hodgkin or non-hodgkin lymphoma, and myeloma and we still have no idea of the cause.

Today I am asking for your help. Please help me fight cancer! All Donations are 100% tax deductible. Donate NOW by credit card online at: www.active.com/donate/soflmwoy/Terry-Barber.

Here's a video of Terry performing:

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