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Sing Out for Seva: A Benefit for Native American Health Programs Sunday, May 20th, 2012 at 8:00pm PDT

Berkeley, CA – May 7, 2012 – Bay Area cultural icon Wavy Gravy will host a benefit concert on Sunday, May 20th, 2012 at the Rio Theatre in Santa Cruz. The show will feature Steve Earle, John Trudell, Peter Rowan, Nina Gerber, Jim Lauderdale, Dave Alvin and Jeremy Goodfeather performing in support of Seva Foundation’s Native American Community Health Program.

About Seva’s NACH Program — Native Americans have the highest prevalence of diabetes in the U.S. Indian Country’s health disparities disproportionately affect vulnerable, low-income people and are largely preventable. For 30 years Seva has supported Native American grassroots organizations dedicated to building healthy Native communities and sustainable programs. Seva supports partner projects that promote a more comprehensive concept of health by restoring indigenous knowledge, traditional farming methods, environmental wellness and self-reliant health prevention strategies that lead to diabetes-free Native communities.Tickets to the benefit are $45 for general admission. A limited amount of VIP tickets are available for $150. These include a limited edition event poster signed by the artists, access to the preshow reception and a reserved seat. Tickets are available at In Ticketing, or by phone at (866) 558-4253.

About Seva Foundation

Seva Foundation is a Berkeley-based non-profit organization founded in 1979 by Wavy Gravy, Ram Dass, Larry Brilliant and a group of renowned public health experts. With programs in nine countries and the United States, Seva provides financial resources and technical expertise to help communities build sustainable solutions to poverty and disease.

For more information about Seva Foundation and the benefit concert, please visit, or call 510 845-7382.

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Tamara Klamner
Seva Foundation
Phone: 510-845-7382
Fax: 510-845-7410