Data Center Systems is a Dallas based company and they have sponsored Dallas talent as the post event concert at Storage Network World conference on Apri 6, 2011. If you did not attend the conference you can register to attend.
Other datacenter and IT professionals can attend the event by RSVPing to Data Center Systems’ Carol Barron at carol(dot)barron(at)datacentersys(dot)com or 214-239-2046.
Data Center Systems to Host Free Concert in Conjunction with Storage Network World Conference
Ray Johnston Band to Perform at Tech Museum in San Jose at Post-Conference Party on April 6
Dallas and San Jose (PRWEB) April 4, 2011
Data Center Systems (http://www.datacentersys.com) will host a free concert on April 6 at a post-conference party for Storage Network World (SNW) attendees and other datacenter and IT professionals. The event will be held at the Tech Museum in San Jose from 6:30-8:00 p.m. Attendees of Storage Network World can attend the event using their conference badges. Other datacenter and IT professionals can attend the event by RSVPing to Data Center Systems’ Carol Barron at carol(dot)barron(at)datacentersys(dot)com or 214-239-2046.
The concert will feature the Ray Johnston Band, led by former Dallas Maverick and inspirational Leukemia survivor Ray Johnston. The Ray Johnston Band, whose music is inspired by rock, blues and country music, released their first album Sweet Tooth in 2009 and is conducting a successful cross-country tour to promote the album and raise funds for cancer research and treatment. After achieving his lifelong goal of making it to the NBA, Ray Johnston was diagnosed with leukemia. Cancer cut his basketball career short, but started a new chapter in his life. After successfully beating the disease, not once but four times, Ray Johnston began a second career leading a band comprising some of the best musicians in Texas, including Cooper Appelt (bass), Bobby Sparks (organ, keyboard), Keith Anderson (sax), Jeff Randall (drums) and William Barnes (lead guitar). The band’s ongoing tour is not only raising awareness of the group’s talent, but also raising funds for The Ryan Gibson Foundation (http://www.trgf.org), a Dallas based non-profit organization that supports leukemia research. For more information about the Ray Johnston Band, visit http://www.rayjohnstonband.com. Their album Sweet Tooth is widely available through outlets including iTunes and Amazon.com.