Paul Kelvington is a man who loves to pay tribute and adores doing it for a good cause. In 2010 he formed Econoline, a Minutemen tribute which enrolled the talents of over 20 fantastic local musicians to both pay homage to Minutemen's D. Boon, and to help foster DIY spirit and musicianship in future generations through a generous donation to Girls Rock! Chicago summer camp. For one night only, he's back with INSTRUMENT, playing Fugazi's definitive compilation, 13 Songs (plus some secret favorites). Joining him are Chicago punk vets and Econoline contributors Jay Ryan, Kevin J. Frank, and his old friend Adam Reach. Veteran Girls Rock! campers When Flying Feels Like Falling open.
All proceeds benefit Girls Rock! Chicago, a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to fostering girls’ creative expression, positive self-esteem and community awareness through rock music. Girls Rock! summer camps are open to girls 8-16 regardless of their ability to pay or play. 2012's camp season begins June 25 and limited spaces are still available.