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Come on out tonight to Mr Smalls for the CD release party of Social Justice Disco premiere!! 6 pm doors open. Come on out, get down, let your voice be heard and boogie!!

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Music Social Justice Disco CD Release Party

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Mr. Smalls, Phat Man Dee Productions & Creative.Life.Support Records Presents:

“Social Justice Disco: Songs to Fight Fascists By”

Release Party!

Who: Social Justice Disco with Phat Man Dee and Liz Berlin

When: July 8th, 2018 - Doors at 6 p.m., show at 7, all ages

Where: Mr. Smalls Theatre - 400 Lincoln Avenue, Millvale, PA 15209

Tickets $10 advance, $15 at door LINK: http://bit.ly/SocialJusticeDiscoTix

Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/events/588922824814019/

Press contact: socialjusticedisco@creativelifesupport.com

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For Immediate Release:

Phat Man Dee (voted Best Jazz Performer in Pittsburgh City Paper 2016 R eaders’ Poll) and Liz Berlin (founding member of triple-platinum selling Pittsburgh band Rusted Root, and owner-operator of Mr. Smalls Theater, Recording Studio and Creativ e.Life.Support), are thrilled to announce the release of their second single “#BigBrotherIsTrending” on July 8th, 2018.


With a vision of a world where all people have an opportunity to live free and be themselves without fear of oppression, Phat Man Dee and Liz Berlin have birthed a soundtrack to uplift those who would join this international struggle against racism, environmental destruction, war, religious intolerance, misogyny, homophobia and fascism.

On Sunday, July 8th, 2018, Mr. Smalls Theatre will host an extravaganza to commemorate this long awaited release. Audience members will witness these two Pittsburgh power divas perform the album in its entirety, live onstage, with no less than 60 musical collaborators!

After months of recording, Phat Man Dee & Liz Berlin are ecstatic to bring you their first collaborative project together. This album, recorded at Mr. Smalls Recording and Mastering Studios includes 13 songs, both original and disco classics, such as “#BigBrotherIsTrending,” “Mni Wiconi/ Water is Sacred,” “Jim Crow is Alive and Well,” and “Fourth Reich Arising.”

Cover songs include “I Will Survive” (Gloria Gaynor), “Your Racist Friend” (They Might Be Giants), “Have You Been to Jail For Justice” (Anne Feeney), “I Can’t Breathe” (Peace Poets)”!

Highlighting a wide array of voices from across Pittsburgh’s musical and activist communities including Justin Sane of Anti-Flag, Pastor Deryck Tines and The Lemington Gospel Choir, poets Christina Springer and Leslie Ezra Smith, MC’s Big Jus and HollyHood, cellist Nicole Myers, Korel Tunador, Johnny Creed Coe, SunBear Coe, Arlynna Evans, and Miguel Sague Jr.

Core musicians on this project were drawn from Mandee’s jazz band, and Liz’s pop band, and include: Carlos Peña, Mark F. Strickland, Mike Speranzo, Jeremy Papay, Miguel Sague III, Howard Alexander, Megan Williams, Madame Christiane Dolores, Geña Musica, Katie Berlin, and the Steeltown Horns: Reggie Watkins, J.D. Chaisson, and Rick Matt. Featured social justice disco dancers include Lita D’Vargas and Miss Thea Trix!

As concerned citizens of the United States of America, these artists are using their musical gifts to empower each other to speak truth to the injustices of this nation through dance music performed lovingly in the righteous spirit of equity, justice and disco!


To listen and review the album, view the VIP Playlist at http://bit.ly/SocialJusticeDiscoVIP .

The revolution may not be televised but it will have a solid groove!

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