musical battle for charity
save the date:
thursday may 11th, 2023
8TH ANNUAL EVENT @ROYALE NIGHTCLUB. 279 TREMONT STREET. BOSTON, MA
" Where else can you see scientists + charity + rock bands together on one stage.
A networking event truly unlike any other - an evening not to miss that our industry looks forward to every year. "
Join us for the 7th annual Battle of the Biotech Bands event!
4 bands will compete, but only (1) can win the title and 50% of the proceeds for their chosen charity.
All other bands split the remainder of the profits, everyone wins!
BoBB is an amazing opportunity for biotech companies and innovators throughout Boston to rock out with their vendor partners from the architecture, design, building, and supplier industries.
We are thrilled to welcome back Candy O'Terry who will be emceeing the 2020 Battle of the Biotech Bands!
Honored by her peers in 2015 as the Broadcaster of the Year, Candy O spent 25 years on Magic 106.7 connecting with listeners in an authentic, memorable way. She is also an accomplished singer, voice over pro, and master interviewer whose mission is to shine a light on women doing great things with their lives.
The President and co-founder of Boston Women in Media & Entertainment, host of The Story Behind Her Success podcast series and creator of the Exceptional Women brand, Candy is the recipient of 45 local and national awards for excellence in women’s programming. She is an Executive Coach and certified Protocol Consultant for Brunner Communications
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save the date for our 2023 event!
thursday may 11th
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
ROYALE NIGHTCLUB. 279 TREMONT STREET. BOSTON, MA
Thank you to all of those who joined us at the 2022 event or gave your support in some way. Without you, this would not have been such an amazing success. Among 800 of our industry colleagues, we all witnessed (3) insanely talented biotech bands compete for the win! We raised a collective $193,000 for the three chosen charities, a record year!
Congratulations on the win to ALMOST THE CURE (rep. Salituro MedChem / Voyager Tx).
They will receive 50% for the Epilepsy Foundation of New England.
thank you, 2022 event sponsors:
PREMIER COCKTAIL HOUR, PRESENTED BY:
Interested in being a Corporate Sponsor for the 2023 BoBB: email@example.com
Battle of the Biotech Bands offers an entirely unique opportunity to market your company, network with industry leaders, and give back to important charities.
Support / your biotech clients
Give back / to important charities
Showcase / your company to key customer base
Increase / company visibility & corporate philanthropy
Network / with all the right influencers
Enhance / employee morale & have a fun night!
Fundraising efforts come directly from corporate sponsorship & ticket sales, with all proceeds going directly to the charitable organizations affiliated with each biotech bands. There are many levels of support, please inquire for more information.
“Battle of the Biotech Bands” is being fiscally sponsored by Arts and Business Council, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit tax-exempt organization. Contributions in support of this project may be made to “Arts and Business Council, Inc.”, earmarked for “Battle of the Biotech Bands.” Mailing address: 15 Channel Center Street, Suite 103 Boston, MA 02210. All contributions are fully deductible to the extent allowed by law.
This year the battle featured (3) outstanding biotech bands.
All of them rocked the stage to compete for not only the title,
but 50% of the proceeds for their charity.
NOW ACCEPTING: BAND SUBMISSIONS FOR THE 2023 EVENT!
THE BAD ELEMENTS
ALMOST THE CURE
**2022 WINNING BAND**
Working for a company that supports your passion and embraces your mission is what has kept LifeSize together for the last 10 years. It all started with a few phone calls and a General Manager that had an idea to bring together musically talented individuals within the organization to form a band to perform at national sales meetings. Through the years, the band has expanded their mission to include philanthropy through music.
They were a Finalist in the 2011 Battle of the Corporate Bands sponsored by Fortune Magazine and the Rock Hall of Fame. They also competed in the 2017 Battle of the Biotech Bands earning $18,000 for the Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. Six musicians from 4 different states makes it a bit of a challenge to rehearse, but the band’s hard work, persistence and dedication is a recipe for success. They bring their own musical interpretation and style to the stage, but never lose sight of the reason they exist – to carry out the Cytiva mission of helping support scientific research to improve lives. We are thrilled to have the opportunity to delight a local Boston audience in our 2nd appearance at the Battle of the Biotech Bands.
Food For Free
To Receive $50,000 !
The Bad Elements first embarked on their musical voyage together as a cohesive rock band in April of 2019 after a few months of rumors that Biogen in Cambridge, had a new company band on the rise. Andrew, Tom, Meagan, John, Will, and Dario all worked in different departments at Biogen and - by chance - connected over a love of music that made those rumors a reality. All members have past musical experience spanning rock, jazz, metal, and theater that has played an influential role in shaping their paths as musicians. This diverse spread of genre led them to quickly create an infectious synergy of harmonious male and female vocals layered over vibrant, melodic guitar leads and hooks, earth-shaking bass, and all ultimately grounded by high-energy, technically-sound percussion. As The Bad Elements, they have collectively combined their talents, stellar taste in music, and passion to create a fun and unique experience for their audiences. Their sound is heavy, but beautiful and, at times, funky. Their catalog of performed songs can best be described as "eclectic" and is made up of a variety of feel-good rock covers that span more than seven decades!
Almost The Cure (ATC), is a supercharged Rock and Roll band born in 2018 from the biotechnology industry in Cambridge, MA. All six members of ATC are as passionate about their music as they are of their quest towards scientific breakthroughs and the discovery of new medicines.
From the beginning, ATC has embarked on a mission to provide high energy, edgy and, most of all, fun rock & roll music, along with fostering a strong sense of community and great citizenship. Through their music, they have bridged their pharmaceutical “day job” with the broader community of charitable organizations and foundations in the Boston area, most specifically the Epilepsy Foundation of New England, Joseph’s HOPE Fund. ATC has never played for pay, and over the first three years of existence, has raised over 175K. Recent performances include Battle of the Biotech Bands, The Bull Run, Cambridge Crossing Summer Nights, AudioArt, the JamSpot and The Sanctuary / the Middle East.
Francesco, Giovanni, John, Mathieu,
Blair and Sheilah are Almost the Cure… because music is only
half the battle.