Support our efforts, sign up to a full membership!
(Start for free)
Register or login with just your e-mail address
RnB 02/12/2005

Grammy Jam Celebrates The Legacy Of Stevie Wonder To Raise Funds For The Entertainment Industry Foundation's

Our news in your mail

* indicates required
News frequency *


LOS ANGELES (Recording Academy)
WHO: Performers include: 22-time GRAMMY Award winner Stevie Wonder, joined by Spensha Baker, Eric Benét, George Benson, Wayne Brady, Chris Brown, George Clinton, George Duke, Josh Groban, Ellis Hall, Anthony Hamilton, Herbie Hancock, Hootie & The Blowfish, India.Arie, James Ingram, Randy Jackson, Boney James, Keb' Mo', Josh Kelley, KEM, Jeff Lorber, Mary Mary, Jesse McCartney, Ray Parker Jr., Raphael Saadiq, Slash, Angie Stone, Tamia, Michelle Williams, and Lizz Wright. Additional performers to be announced shortly. Recording Academy Trustee Rickey Minor is the executive producer of the event.

Attendees include: Recording Academy President Neil Portnow, Entertainment Industry Foundation President and CEO Lisa Paulsen, Pam Anderson ("Stacked"), Ever Carradine ("Commander in Chief"), recording artist JC Chasez, Katherine Heigl ("Grey's Anatomy"), Freddy Rodriguez ("Six Feet Under"), Henry Simmons ("NYPD Blue," Lackawanna Blues) Kate Walsh ("Grey's Anatomy"), talk-show host Montel Williams, Constance Zimmer ("Entourage"). Additional special guests to be announced shortly.

WHAT: GRAMMY Jam

In conjunction with the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF), The Recording Academy will present GRAMMY Jam, an evening celebrating the distinguished career and music of Stevie Wonder. GRAMMY Jam will feature artists and musicians performing a set of hits from Stevie Wonder's catalog in a jam-style setting, including a finale featuring the distinguished man himself.

Proceeds from GRAMMY Jam will benefit EIF's National Arts Education Initiative beneficiaries including the following nonprofit organizations: The GRAMMY Foundation, InnerSpark/California State Summer School for the Arts, For The Arts, Inner-City Arts, and the Museum of Contemporary Art.

WHEN:
Saturday, Dec. 10, 2005
5:30 p.m. Media Check-in:
6 p.m. Red Carpet Arrivals
7 p.m. GRAMMY Jam concert begins

WHERE:
Orpheum Theatre
842 South Broadway (@ 9th Street)
Los Angeles, CA 90014

INFO:
MEDIA MUST RSVP: 212.445.8364

NOTE:The Recording Academy along with its affiliated MusiCares Foundation, which provides a safety net of critical services for music people in crisis, have set up the MusiCares Hurricane Relief Fund and distributed more than $1.5 million to music people affected by Hurricane Katrina so far. To help music people affected by this tragedy, log on to www.grammy.com/musicares.






Most read news of the week
Tommy Lee Goes To College!
Classic Rock Radio... 20 Years Later
Avril Lavigne To Appear In A Richard Gere Film!
Todd Fritsch's 'Small Town Radio' Resonates On Country Charts & In The Hearts Of Fans
Reba McEntire Gets Stripped, Country Style
American Idol Carrie Underwood Follows Historic Chart Debut with Another Incredible Week
Pure Pacha Mixed by Pete Tong & Sarah Main
Beyond World AIDS Day: Thousands Expected For Move Against AIDS
MASS Ensemble and o2 Creative Solutions Present Show


© 2001-2021
top40-charts.com (S4)
about | advertise | site map
contact | privacy
Page gen. in 0.4195869 secs // 4 () queries in 0.0043878555297852 secs


live