Safe & Sound Benefit

Juliana Hatfield will perform at the Feb. 1 Safe and Sound benefit.<

Feb. 1 is the date for the latest Safe and Sound benefit show, the eleventh in

a series of awareness-raising shows featuring Boston-based bands.


show, which will take place at The Paradise in Boston, will feature acoustic

sets from Tracy Bonham, Tanya Donelly, Juliana Hatfield, Jennifer Trynin and

Letters to Cleo's Kay Hanley and Michael Eisenstein, and will commemorate the

second anniversary of the inaugural S&S show in February of 1995.

Safe and

Sound was established by a collective of Boston musicians in response to the

shootings of two women outside women's health care clinics in Brookline,

Massachusetts in December of 1994. Safe and Sound released a benefit album in

November of 1996 called Safe and Sound: A Benefit in Response to the

Brookline Clinic Violence , which featured songs from Letters to Cleo, the

Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Morphine, Juliana Hatfield, Tracy Bonham, Aimee Mann

and Lou Barlow's Deluxx Folk Implosion, among others.