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A Low-Latency Rock Battle on Bleecker …

We’re always happy to help out an old friend and a good cause. In this case, music loving Joe Lalicata – one-time Lava Trading and Merrill exec, and now Direct Edge’s partnership’s guy – who is holding a friendly battle of the bands tomorrow night at Kenny’s Castaways on Bleecker Street. Proceeds to the Wounded Warrier Project.

Here is the scoop:

Joseph J. Lalicata presents …

“The Battle of Bleecker Street”

$5 Cover, A benefit for the Wounded Warrior Project.

July 13, 6pm till Midnight, Kenny’s Castaways, 157 Bleecker Street, NYC.

Featuring the talent of:

– Direct Edge: “D’Edge”
– Citi/Lava: “The Lava Trading Band”
– Morgan Stanley: “The Chocolate Cuckoo Clocks”
– Bank of America Merrill Lynch:  “HYD”
– Finra: “Regul-8”

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