The singing group Cimorelli asked for help from the Malibu community Monday for a venue to host a concert that will raise funds for the family of a tow truck driver who was killed in a hit-and-run crash on Pacific Coast Highway.
Katherine Cimorelli, the second oldest of the six sisters in the group, was on the side of Pacific Coast Highway when the tow truck driver, Ronald Carver, 45, of Newbury Park, was struck and killed by a silver Audi, whose driver kept going.
Jill Rose, 44, of Santa Monica is accused of driving under the influence in the Feb. 11 hit and run crash.
The sisters are looking for a Malibu private home or other venue to hold the concert. One hundred percent of the funds will go to Carver's surviving wife and children.
The sisters already have a venue for another concert at The Lighthouse in Newbury Park on Friday, April 12 at 7:30 p.m.
Cimorelli, which has a YouTube following and is signed to Universal Music's Island label, is made up of six sisters, Christina, Katherine, Lisa, Amy, Lauren, and Dani.
All six performed one of the songs they plan to sing at the concert. (Listen to the song above.)
Those wishing to help can email email@example.com.