lazer lloyd May 27th Concert to fight child hunger memorial day weekend in winston-salem NC

Singer-songwriter and virtuoso guitarist Lazer Lloyd brings his unique blend of roots and blues rock, folk, Americana with psychedelic spice to Winston-Salem, NC for a special afternoon of music dedicated to fighting child hunger in NW North Carolina. 

When: Sunday May 27th, 2018 @ 3-5PM
What: Free Outdoor Concert - bring a picnic! Everyone welcome.
Where: Winston Square Park, 310 Marshall St. N, Winston-Salem, NC

Lazer's Memorial Day Weekend Sunday Concert in Winston-Salem will be a family friendly event featuring Lazer's fresh take on Americana with a group of talented Virginia musicians joining the show to support a great cause -- fighting child hunger.  

School may be out but hunger doesn't take a summer vacation.  25% of Forsyth County's children depend on school meals for their daily sustenance and many of them do without during the summer. 

Donations to regional and local food banks can be made online at the links below or in person on the day of the event.  Meet representatives of these great community building and supporting organizations for a day of awesome music, fellowship and family fun. 

Come out and raise the visibility of this essential issue!!  Partnering organizations include:  Second Harvest Food Bank, Forsyth Backpack Program, and The Forsyth School Pantry Collaborative (for the Collaborative contact Pastor Paul Stutzman at or Cynthia Silber at Thank you to our dear friend Brad Stoltz who conceived of the idea of this event on behalf of the children and has worked tirelessly to bring it to life. 

"BACKSTREETS" hits 500,000 STREAMS on Spotify

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Lazer Lloyd's songwriting has started a positive global dialogue by fearlessly facing topics on the faultline with love and honesty.  After performing "Backstreets" live on Texas radio, veteran DJs Tonya Slayton (General Manager at KMOO in Mineola, TX) and Ken Murray at KTEX in Brenham, TX praised the song warmly as shown in the video of the song. has found a diverse audience who have been touched by the lyric, "If you can't see the good, I don't want to hear about the bad..."   During its first month online in December 2017 it took off immediately and has continued to grow with listeners discovering it every day on  social media and digital music services.  

new release - "Freedom's Child"

"Freedom's Child" shot up the Americana Chart 150 points in the first month with the viral spreading of the song "America" generating a rare diverse AND positive discussion on social media. 

The lead single, “Blessed Man”, is a raw southern rock track reflecting on life’s simple blessings. The song was written during one of his regular Facebook live guitar and chill sessions with his fans and exemplifies the raw honesty and power of Lloyd’s writing.

“You can be sure I've had my hard times. Faced death, war and drugs. Lost plenty of good friends to the bottle - even found myself face flat on the rug. Yes some days I'm still fightin' to find a little peace of mind. Could be I've just stepped out of bounds havin' myself a good time…”
"When I wake up in the morning, coffee in my hand... Yes I said it's time to pray, 'cuz I'm given life again...
"If I wake up in the morning six strings in my hand, time to sing praises because I'm living yes again. I feel like I am a blessed man..."

His unique cover of "All Along The Watchtower" winning accolades from fans of all ages. Esqueça do Mundo (Forget the World) - the only instrumental guitar piece on the album - has ignited a fire in Brazil leading to calls for Lazer Lloyd to perform live in the passionate music loving nation.

Lazer is backed by the tight and creative rhythm section also featured on his acclaimed self-titled 2015 album (Moshe Davidson on bass and Elimelech Grundman on drums). Three tracks (Freedom’s Child, America, and Watchtower) featuring Lazer solo with acoustic and electric guitars and vocals were produced in collaboration with Grammy nominated engineer-producer David Ivory (Halestorm, The Roots, Erykah Badu, Patti LaBelle).