R&B Songstress Tyler.V To Perform For The Set NYC's Lovecraft Singer Songwriter Showcase To End Child Trafficking
R&B songstress Tyler.V is set to perform at The Set NYC's Lovecraft Singer Songwriter showcase to raise awareness to help end child trafficking on Wednesday, January 17th at 7:00pm - 10:30pm. The event will also help support the passing of Bill A-6823: which establishes the crime of sex trafficking of a child. Attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy live music, network with artists/musicians in NYC, and of course to help out a great cause. Admission is $5, and tickets can be purchased here.
"In a time where so many negative events are coming to light, I was honoured to be asked to perform for the Lovecraft showcase," says Tyler.V. "Children are the most targeted groups in sex trafficking and we need to be the voices for them and continue to shed light on the severity of their situations. Music is such a powerful platform and I'm happy to use my voice, and the gift of music, to help spread awareness for this important cause."
Joining the Harlem-native will be performances by singer-songwriter Siobhan Fogarty, rock band Cruel Children, guitarist Rory Deller, and singer-songwriter Raffi Froundjian. Also in attendance will be author Melody Sohayegh and record producer Andrew Heermans.
For more information on the event click here, and for more information on Tyler.V visit www.sheistylerv.com.