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Turn Up From Home Episode 11 Debuts Saturday

Published // 04.Sep.20

Episode 11 Features Performances from Chris Stainton, Beth Nielsen Chapman and Sheila E!

Turn up for Recovery is a charitable movement raising awareness of abstinence-based recovery, tackling the stigma of addiction and helping make treatment affordable to people struggling with alcohol and drug addiction. The idea for Turn up for Recovery (TUFR) came to founder, Melia Clapton, while walking her dog. She wanted to tackle the stigma around addiction and alcoholism and raise awareness about the power of abstinence based recovery. It’s a topic very close to her heart, having supported family members throughout their recovery. Her vision is for an inclusive community of artists, music lovers and those affected by addiction coming together to have a good time, talk about recovery and raise money for others to get the help that they need. Melia Clapton announced the movement during Eric Clapton’s 2019 Crossroads Guitar Festival.

The Turn Up From Home concert series was launched by TUFR in response to the Coronavirus Pandemic. New episodes of Turn Up From Home are posted at www.youtube.com/turnupforrecovery. Previous episodes are also archived on the channel for later viewing.

On 5 September at PDT 11:00am, EDT 2:00pm and BST 7:00pm, Episode 11 of the concert series will debut on TUFR's YouTube Channel. The episode features performances from Chris Stainton, Beth Nielsen Chapman and Sheila E!

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ABOUT THE PARTICIPATING MUSICIANS:

Chris Stainton joined his first band in 1961 and has been working with Eric Clapton since 1979. Chris has appeared at the 2004, 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2019 Crossroads Guitar Festivals. Best known for his work on keyboards, he is also a bass player and composer. In 1966, Chris joined Joe Cocker's Grease Band on bass. Two years later, Joe asked him to switch to keyboards. In 1972, he launched his own band which lasted for four years. Since the mid-seventies, Chris has been a much in demand for recording sessions and touring. He has worked with a veritable who's who of the music business including Pete Townshend, Ringo Starr, Bryan Ferry, Peter Frampton, David Gilmour, Andy Fairweather Low and Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings.

Beth Nielsen Chapman is a Nashville-based singer / songwriter and inductee to the Songwriter's Hall of Fame. Twice nominated for Grammy Awards, she has released thirteen solo albums and written seven #1 hits. Beth's songs have been recorded by Bonnie Raitt, Willie Nelson, Bette Midler, Elton John, Neil Diamond, Michael McDonald, Keb Mo’, Roberta Flack, Waylon Jennings, Indigo Girls, and Faith Hill. Beth performed at the 2nd Annual “Women Rock! Girls and Guitars” special on Lifetime, singing backing vocals with Emmylou Harris, performing with the ensemble on a cover version of Take It To The Limit, and on "There's a Light" with Emmylou Harris, Pat Benatar, Sheryl Crow and Shea Seger singing back-up. Learn more about her at https://bethnielsenchapman.com

Sheila E. is an Emmy and Grammy-nominated singer, drummer and percussionist and actress. She picked up drumsticks at age of three while watching her father, legendary percussionist Pete Escovedo, rehearse for his gigs with Tito Puente and Carlos Santana. Forming her first band as a teenager, she toured with Marvin Gaye, Lionel Richie, and Prince. Sheila launched her solo career in 1984, the same year she recorded Purple Rain with Prince. She would tour and record with him through 1989. Her debut single, "The Glamorous Life" topped the dance charts and other hits like "The Belle of St. Mark," "Sister Fate," "A Love Bizarre" and "Hold Me" followed. Learn more about her at http://www.sheilae.com

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