The Detroit-based group JR JR played the final show of their intimate club tour on Thursday at The Echo in Los Angeles, California. The duo, consisting of Daniel Zott and Joshua Epstein, completely sold out the event, and for a good cause. JR JR donated a portion from each ticket sold to JED, a non-profit that works to protect emotional health and prevent suicide. This was to highlight Mental Health Awareness month (May).
JR JR previously announced a series of five intimate club shows to promote and bring light to the many issues that surround mental health in America. The run kicked off on May 5th at Baby’s All Right in New York City.
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