Alana Lee to Headline CPC Annual Theatrical Concert 4A Cause, 11/9
n what promises to be a truly magical, multi-faceted night of Las Vegas-styled entertainment, 16-year-old pop dynamo Alana Lee is set to headline the "CPC Annual Theatrical Concert 4A Cause", a benefit for children with cancer from Miller's Children's Hospital, Saturday, November 9, 2013 at 333 Live, Los Angeles' largest mega-club/concert venue.
The event runs from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The venue is located at 333 S. Boylston Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017. Tickets are: General admission $15.00 (plus tax) / with buffet dinner $25.00 / VIP seating with buffet dinner $40.00 (plus tax). To order, please visit: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/446257target
In addition to Alana's performance, the glamorous theatrical concert includes a star-studded red carpet, Argentine fire-eater Shams Firegoddess, Israeli pianistIsaac Hanna, Brazilian samba dancer Daniela Brazil (from the "Oya Brazil Samba Show"), LED Hula hoop performer Lynn Russell, photos with "The Snake God," and Gold Medal Award Winning Professional Magician Ron Saylor, among other activities and luminaries. Alana will also perform a duet with fellow OC-based emerging artist Gavyn Bailey.
The invited celebrity guests include Freda Payne, Lorenzo Lamas, RichardSimmons, Bobby Brown, Frank Stallone, Dr. 90210 Robert Ray, Vivica A. Fox,George Santo Pietro, Victorino Noval, Vincent De Paul, Sue Wong, Anna Easteden, Jesse James Youngblood, Don Swayze, Kuba Ka, Tamara Henryand others.
"Dream Out Loud" and "Perfect Storm" are part of the multi-talented performer's dynamic new musical relationship with international recording star Thomas Barsoe, founder of The OC Hit Factory-a music academy, record label and critically-acclaimed songwriting camp. Barsoe, who has scored several #1 pop hits as an artist in Japan, co-wrote and produced both tracks, which are released by Alana's own Alana Lee Productions.
Now endorsed by Daisy Rock Girl Guitars, Alana also recently scored twoHollywood Music In Media Award (HMMA) nominations for "Dream Out Loud" (Best Pop Song) and "Shadow Dancer" (Best Vocal - Female). In 2011, she received two HMMA nominations-Best Pop Song ("Synchronize") and Best Music Video for "Butterflies."