Evening with RADD® “The Entertainment Industry's Voice for Road Safety”
to Celebrate the Return of the 60th Annual GRAMMY® Awards Ceremony to New York City
Wednesday, January 24th at The DL
January, 2018 (New York, NY) – On Wednesday, January 24th as the 60th Annual GRAMMY® Awards get ready to make their return to New York City at MSG - RADD®, together with MD25 Entertainment will be celebrating the iconic ceremonies’ New York roots at The DL (95 DELANCEY ST, NEW YORK, NY, 1...0002), Doors at 6:00PM!
WATCH: Ringo, Paul McCartney, Phil Collins, Melissa Etheridge and MORE Come Together with “Drive My Car” for RADD®!
Produced by First Spear Media Group, the evening will be filled with critically acclaimed music acts and major label's hot, emerging talent, plus special guests. This celebration promises to be an evening of great music, food, beverages, and FUN, all in support of the VERY important work of RADD®. Credited by the US Department of Transportation with saving young lives, RADD® promotes lifestyle solutions to avoid drunk and drug-impaired driving and riding among ages 14-34.
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Each New Year, people all over the world make promises to themselves to rejuvenate their lives, change bad habits, and better their quality of life. For some, it means eating healthier or acting nicer, while for others it's time for something new. The resolutions kick in, quickly followed by reality: how can one suddenly afford the organic chicken rather than store-brand, or learn a new language without paying for lessons? How does one incorporate reading and sleeping more in...
SESAC Inc., the nation’s only music rights organization in the country, celebrated its songwriters and music publishers behind the year’s most-performed country and Americana songs at the company’s Nashville Music Awards held Sunday, Nov. 5, at the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum. Sponsors for this year’s event include Bose® and Sound Royalties.
Justin Ebach, who has topped the charts with smash hit “Sleep Without You” performed by Brett Young, was named SESAC’s Songwriter of the Year. This was not only the debut single for Young, but also the first No. 1 country song for the songwriter.
“It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To,” written by Cary Barlowe, published by Castle Bound Music and Spirit Nashville Three, and recorded by Billy Currington, was named SESAC Song of the Year.
Jay-Z’s Tidal streaming service announced the third annual “Tidal X: Brooklyn” concert, taking place Oct. 17 at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center..
While Us Weekly reported that Beyonce and Jay-Z will be headlining the event, host Angie Martinez was the only participant mentioned in the initial announcement. A rep for Tidal told Variety that the lineup for the event had not been confirmed, and a rep for Beyonce denied the report to the Daily News on Thursday. Reps for Beyonce and J...ay-Z had not responded to Variety’s request for comment at press time.
Since the first Tidal X in 2015, the concerts have raised more than $3 million for social-justice and education non-profits, the company says. This year, all ticket proceeds will be donated to natural-disaster-relief organizations including, Global Giving, All Hands Volunteers, Kids in Need Foundation, Direct Relief, One America Appeal, Greater Houston Community Foundation, American Civil Liberties Union, Miami Community Foundation and more.
This year is a rather challenging with the number of natural disasters happening around the globe, particularly the Caribbean which was hit by hurricanes Irma and Maria.
Time is drawing near for the staging of the annual Children's Christmas Treat for Free Town Tabernacle Church in Clarendon, Jamaica which I have been involved with for the past 5 years.
Some of our usual sponsors will not be able to assist ...but the children are looking forward to their usual treat and toy...s.
Help us to achieve our goal by sharing this link with your family and friends, encouraging them to donate a five dollar, ten dollar...anything. Remember one one coco full basket.
Thanks a lot.
The money will be used to purchase toys, food, snacks and drinks and pay for the entertainment (ride bounce-a-bout) for the day.
See link below
(ATLANTA) - October 10, 2017 - The HBCU Power Awards has announced that actress, singer-songwriter, director and philanthropist Jada Pinkett Smith will receive the "Icon Award" at this evening of excellence on Friday, October 20, 7PM at Morehouse College (Martin Luther King Jr Chapel - 830 Westview Dr SW, Atlanta GA 30314).
Smith began her acting career as the feisty "Lena" from the 80s sitcom "A Different World," a show that brought HBCU life to tv screens across the country 30 years ago. Since then, Smith has curated a successful career in film and music while giving back to the community through the Will and Jada Smith Family Foundation.
CARIBBEAN DIASPORA TO HOST "DAY OF GIVING" IN SUPPORT OF HURRICANE AFFECTED ISLANDS
New York,: Saturday, October 7th has been designated “Caribbean Day of Giving”. On that day, the Caribbean Diaspora and friends of the Caribbean will be taking action in the form of a radiothon to support Caribbean countries affected by the recent hurricanes Irma and Maria.
"Caribbean Day of Giving" is a full day of concentrated efforts by the Diaspora and friends of the Caribbean to donate to... relief efforts in the affected Caribbean countries. The radiothon will feature notable interviews, music and updates from affected countries.
"The Caribbean Day of Giving" is being organized by a Caribbean Diaspora Disaster Relief Coalition, representing and promoting a collective Caribbean Diaspora response to the disaster relief. The coalition, consisting of various community leaders, was organized to urgently respond to the current disasters and develop a long-term structure. The goal is to directly develop and coordinate relief activities while co-sharing other credible initiatives.
During the radiothon, appeals will be made for individuals to give through various giving platforms, including direct calls, text messages and internet. Opportunities for individuals wishing to donate in-kind goods, will also be featured. Donations will be made to the Caribbean Tourism Organization Relief Fund 501(c)3, an arm of the tourism agency Caribbean Tourism Organization, which has already raised over $12,000 in response to the disasters.
The radiothon will be a full day event and incorporate programmers on WVIP-FM (93.5) in the USA, as well as other participating stations in the NY tri-state and beyond.
“This is an excellent opportunity for all of us in the Diaspora to come together to help these countries severely impacted by these Hurricanes as well as to demonstrate the collective will and power of our Caribbean Diaspora community”, said Akelia Lawrence-Maitland, Jamaica Diaspora Advisory Board Member to the Northeast USA.
“To this end, we extending an open invitation for all radio programmers, community groups and businesses to become a part of this most important day”, she concluded.
The relief efforts on the "Caribbean Day of Giving" will benefit the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA), which is the official body coordinating relief efforts to the various Caribbean countries affected by the hurricanes. CDEMA works with the disaster management agencies in the various countries and will prioritize action in partnership with the countries. They are also officially affiliated with CAROM.
Additional "Caribbean Day of Giving" information may be found on www.caribbeandayofgiving.com.