Godfrey Townsend Joins New York Rockers for Tsunami Relief Efforts

Glendale, New York – Rock guitarist Godfrey Townsend has jumped on board with The New York rock band Almighty Love Noise ( ALN ) to help raise awareness of their fundraising efforts for the tsunami relief fund.

The band has currently pledged to donate all profits that are derived from the sales of their upcoming CD entitled
Did I Say That Out Loud? to the American Red Cross through the “Music For Relief” tsunami fund. They are also working on bringing together several other bands to aid in this effort. Those bands will be mentioned as they sign on to help.
Godfrey Townsend has played with such rock legends as Alan Parsons, Todd Rundgren, Ann Wilson of Heart, Mark Farner of Grand Funk Railroad, Christopher Cross, Jack Bruce of  Cream,  Joey Molland of “Badfinger”, David Pack of Ambrosia, John Entwistle, and many others.

Having Godfrey on board with what we are trying to do is great, he’s a great talent and will be a big help as more bands come on board, thanks for giving your support” stated Swan of “Almighty Love Noise”.

Almighty Love Noise was recently featured on the national news show, Fox News Live , for their fundraising efforts.
For information on upcoming “ALN” benefit events and “ALN” CD information go to their official website at www.almightylovenoise.com.