Nene Musik Announces Classic Dance Movement Tour This October
Come dance the night away at New Jersey's biggest dance party for commencement of the Classic Dance Movement Tour (CDM) on Saturday October 11, 2014. The first date of CDM Tour will be held at the legendary Starland Ballroom (an AEG Facility) located in Sayreville NJ. Shows will be hosted by the one and only Vic Latino and will feature live performances by Multi-Platinum International Artists: La Bouche, Chris Willis, Ian Van Dahl, Lasgo, Lucas Prata, Reina, Robin S., Veronica, Xaviera Gold, and Mi Wild.
"We couldn't be more excited to work on this tour," said Nene Musik's CEO Ruben Martinez. "All of these artists are extraordinary. Be prepared to sing and dance along with the talented artists on stage."
This is a show you don't want to miss!
About La Bouche:
The original La Bouche consisted of Lane McCray and Melanie Thornton who together conquered the Pop music scene with landmark success. Producing chart-topping singles such as "Be My Lover" and "Sweet Dreams" peaking at #1 in several countries. They have also sold more than 10 million records worldwide and their music has been featured in several motion pictures. In 2001, original member Melanie Thornton passed away in plane crash while promoting her solo career. Today, La Bouche consists of original vocalist Lane McCray and Dana Rayne (who has been endorsed by Melanie Thornton's estate). La Bouche continues to perform for their wonderful fans around the globe and are recording a new album with a single to debut in 2014.
About Chris Willis:
Chris Willis was born and raised in Dayton, OH. He began singing in a quartet with his brothers and sisters at his local church. After graduating from college he toured with a gospel group that performed hundreds of gigs across California and contributed to the popular compilation Handel's Messiah: A Soulful Celebration. This superstar is The voice of David Guetta's worldwide hit singles "Just a Little More Love", "Love Don't Let Me Go", "Love Is Gone" and "Getting Over You".
About Ian Van Dahl:
Ian Van Dahl is an electronic dance music group from Belgium. AnnaGrace, whose real name is Annemie Coenen is the front lady of the group and until further notice - the only Belgian musician who defeated Moby in a direct contest. It all happened at the 2002 Top of the Pop-Awards where AnnaGrace won the much contested and desired Dance Award for the song "Castles In The Sky". The world press could not get enough of her quotes and all of a sudden everybody knew her name. Another hit single "Let the Feelings Go" reached number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Airplay Chart in 2009 and is one of their highest rated singles yet.
Lasgo, is a Belgian trance group founded in 2000. The group consists of Jelle Van Dael (vocalist), Peter Luts and Jef Martens (record producers). In 2008, the original vocalist Evi Goffin, was forced to leave the group and Jelle Van Dael took her place. When producer Peter Luts and TV station JIM went looking for a new singer for Lasgo, they never imagined finding such an amazing leading lady as Jelle van Dael. In only a few years, Jelle conquered the charts and managed to become a worldwide Artist and TV Host.
About Lucas Prata:
Lucas Prata's "And She Said..." was one of the top EDM records worldwide in 2005 with a combined radio listening audience of One Hundred Twenty Eight Million in the United States alone. Now, the original EDM Bad Boy of Dance is back! After taking a hiatus from recording and performing in 2009 to concentrate on his own record label Yo Pal! Entertainment and now Popnotch Music, he has been songwriting and promoting records for other artists with his newly formed promotions company Prata Promotions. Prata Promotions has worked with various international artist and is in full operation today.
Reina is a Dance/Pop singer-songwriter born in the Bronx, New York. She has been a backup singer for music artists such as Deborah Cox and Corina. She became an overnight sensation on the Dance/Club scene when "Find Another Woman" reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in 1998. In 2003, she scored her biggest hit on the Billboard Hot 100 when her single "No One's Gonna Change You" crossed over from the dance charts. In 2004 she garnered her biggest dance hit with "If I Close My Eyes" which went to #2 on Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart and in 2005 scored another top 5 on the same chart with "Forgive".