A 30 y/old woman with no insurance

November 6th, 2011, 7:00 pm
Subterranean, 2100 W. North Ave in Chicago,IL

Paul Gracham of MOTU Artist Management along with Susan G. Komen Chicago and Housecall Entertainment present Get if Off Your Chest: Concert to Fight Breast Cancer. Spurred by the fierce return of a friend’s breast cancer mere weeks after given the “all clear” by her doctors, Paul Grachan of MOTU A.M. rallied the troops:

“Fighting for your own life against cancer is difficult enough, doing it alone and without insurance is just not acceptable. I had to make something happened and in a big way. These days, it’s all too often that artists are in this situation, so I knew when I told people what was going on, they’d do everything in their power to help.”
The call was immediately answered by “The Root Cause”, “The Sudden Passion”, “Colin Tyler” and “Cellar Troubadours” joining with “Vaudezilla”, Chicago’s premier Burlesque Troupe, to entertain while raising funds to continue the fight against breast cancer.

“This cause is personal and passionate one for all the artists involved as each one of our lives has been touched by cancer through watching friends and co-workers struggle, losing loved ones and even engaging in our own fights for our lives”.

Sponsors such as Rockit Ranch, All Seasons Screen Printing, FastSigns, Maddock Douglas, Vaudezilla and others will be there to help Gretchen Loeber. All proceeds will go directly to treatment costs for her in this critical moment where she is battling the return of a stage 3 breast cancer and has NO insurance. Gretchen is 30 y/old. 

For a detailed story on Gretchen Loeber and/or to know more about her current health condition, please visit the CaringBridge website at:

For further information on “Get It Off Your Chest: Concert To Fight Breast Cancer”, please contact Paul at MOTU Artist Management: paul@motumanagement.com

1 comment:

  1. RIP Gretchen Loeber. I just received notification from her journal & guest book at Caring Bridge website. Dianna Cates wrote: It is with great sorrow that I am now writing to inform you of Gretchen's passing. She fought a long and courageous battle, before passing peacefully this afternoon with family by her side. She is finally free from pain.
    Visitation- Friday, November 11th 3pm- 9pm
    Toon Funeral Home- 109 N. Cass Ave., Westmont, Il, 60559