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NEW YORK, NY, July 24, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The next Art is Power Music is Power event takes place July 30th, 8pm at Le Souk Harem, 510 LaGuardia Place, near corner of W Houston and W Broadway. Tickets start at $10 with VIP options. Musicians for the evening: Bobbie Grei, Ragidy Supreme, Jason Arnold, and DJ Benwa Rebel. Graffiti artist Dister will paint his latest piece live.
New York actress, writer, and musician Izzy Church continues her "Art is Power Music is Power" event series (AiPMiP) to support Artists and Musicians and drive charitable contributions to Ronald McDonald House New York. AiPMiP will showcase emerging talent and projects like "Suffer Club," an animation for a mature audience that was created by Izzy Church who plays the voice-over role of several of the animated characters in the series.
Quote - "I'm delighted to continue the Art is Power Music is Power event series and to promote the amazing and talented artists and musicians involved. I also look forward to spread further awareness for Ronald McDonald House New York and to share my animated show 'Suffer Club.'"
Sponsors for the evening: 3rd Culture Creative, IChurch, Square Monkey Publishing, Bodhi Design Wear, GammaState PR, Silent Money Management, Red Giant Media Group, Le Souk Harem, Vodkila, E-POP, Fine & Raw Chocolate, Chill Shot, Whisk.me (car service), and DirectIQ (email marketing).
About Izzy Church
Izzy Church is a Manhattan based actress, singer and artist hailing from Sacramento, CA. Through her media development company 3rd Culture Creative (3CC), Izzy Church is spearheading multiple projects in film, literature, and music, including "Suffer Club" and "Eve & the Bigger Apple," a rock-and-roll sci-fi dramedy. Her first novel, "Angry Movie Guy," will be released this fall and her EP, now on iTunes, infuses rock with pop-punk and hip-hop.
Official website: www.3rdculturecreative.com
About Suffer Club
Three Little Girls + One Angry Lion = Suffering. The animated tv show "Suffer Club" follows the adventures of three little girls who work at a theme park, as they battle the forces of evil bent on destroying their bond... and eventually the planet Earth.
Official website: www.sufferclub.com
About Bobbie Grei
Born in Manhattan and raised in Brooklyn, Bobbie has collaborated with numerous producers, writers, and DJs to create a string of unique hits that transcends genre and bypasses all boundaries set by the corporate music world. Influences include Prince, Madonna, Ella Fitzgerald, Whitney Houston, Janet and Michael Jackson, Cyndi Lauper, and Mariah Carey.
Official website: www.bobbiegrei.com
About Ronald McDonald House New York
Ronald McDonald House New York provides a temporary "home-away-from-home" for pediatric cancer patients and their families. The largest facility of its type worldwide, the House fosters a supportive and caring environment for children and parents alike.
Official website: www.rmh-newyork.org
About Le Souk Harem
Le Souk Harem is a Middle Eastern French-Moroccan eatery. Moorish archways link the three story orange-walled rooms, which are lit by dangling lanterns and smoldering coals atop hookahs filled with fruit-flavored shisha. Guests can practice their smoke rings or smoke dodecahedrons while live dancers and occasional DJ performances entertain them throughout the night.
Official website: www.lesoukny.com
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