The Broken Stems will be featured in the latest moving documentary “Caravan to Cabo” produced by Jonathan Savage and Directed and Edited by Eric Ward.
“Caravan to Cabo”
When: April 30th
Where: San Diego The Music Box Theatre
Time: Doors are scheduled to open at 7:00 PM.
The documentary is about six bands, Broken Stems, HIRIE, Mike Pinto, The Ambassador, Tomorrows Bad Seeds and We Are Sirens on their journey from San Diego to Baja to perform for Mexico’s largest Music and Surf Festival. The trip documents their stops at schools and orphanages where the musicians perform for students, donate instruments and share with them the joy of music.
The Documentary Premiere will be featuring live performances by Broken Stems, Mike Pinto and We Are Sirens on the sands of Costa Azul in San Jose Del Cabo.
“The entire experience was one I’ll never forget. Music is everything to me and to be able to spread that to the children we met meant a lot. You could see a look of pure joy on the children’s faces, that was the most eye opening for me…when you really think about their situation it puts things in perspective.” Responded Brad Sweet who is Keyboard and Vocals for the Broken Stems. Their Front man, Jesse Gawlik plays guitar, Chelsea Baker is vocals and bass and Andrew Bache is on drums perform in this heartwarming documentary.
The Broken Stems is a San Diego based band that brings Blues, Rock & Soul with a positive wave of energy and an eclectic California sound. Their recent rise in the music scene has drawn a strong following called the “Stems.”
The documentary is donating $1 from each ticket purchase towards the orphanage, Hogar Del Niño, in Todos Santos, Baja California Sur.
For more information on the Caravan to Cabo event please visit: www.caravan2cabo.com