Luc & The Lovingtons Announced to Play at the Zagat Survey Pioneers Lounge

Catch Luc & the Lovingtons at the Tractor May 17th

The Mobile Food Rodeo is pleased to be teaming up with ZAGAT Survey, the world’s leading provider of consumer survey-based information on where to eat, drink, stay & play worldwide.

Join us from 3pm – 4pm on Sunday, May 6th for a special musical performance by Seattle’s own Luc & the Lovingtons.

Catch them in concert at the Tractor Tavern in Ballard on May 17th. TICKETS WILL GO ON SALE Thursday, April 26TH.

Zagat Survey will be hosting a set of local musical acts all day inside the Pioneer Lounge, so be sure to swing by review, hydrate and take break from the mobile culinary festival an the lines courtesy of Zagat.
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Luc and The Lovingtons, a World-Soul-Pop Northwest band, are sharing their music and changing lives….and Hollywood is noticing. Their tune “The Freedom Song”, which was penned by the Lovingtons lead singer Luc Reynaud was covered by megastar musician and activist Jason Mraz and was just released as the second single off of his “LOVE is a Four Letter Word” album.

The “Freedom Song” shows how one song can truly affect the world. This song was born in the midst of the Hurricane Katrina disaster by Luc Reynaud and several children at a shelter in New Orleans. Eventually the “Freedom Song” was recorded in a studio by the children and Luc and The Lovingtons.

Since then, the “Freedom Song” has traversed the world and caught the attention of many, including Mr. Mraz. The Lovingtons opened for Jason on a national tour and the “Freedom Song” touched so many that Jason decided he needed to share this song with everyone. It is now available for download on iTunes and the lyric video is on YouTube.


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