Lus Music (http://lusmusic.com), a Los Angeles based charitable organization, will hold its First Annual Musical & Artistic Benefit show, The Love Jam. The event will be held at 8:30pm on Friday, May 21st at Rise Supper Club at The Highlands in Hollywood, CA.
The Love Jam will feature an array of musical & artistic selections including a six piece Live Jazz/Soul/Funk Band featuring Jacob Luttrell – also known for his Los Angeles shows at Teddy’s of the Roosevelt Hotel, Nic’s Beverly Hills and jazz nights at Guys. You can expect to dance the night away under the musical influences of five amazing DJ’s who have donated their time & talent:
Lillyanne - Headinghome Recordings, Futurehouse
Gil T – Om Records, Luge Music
Dave Parker - Deepfunk, Werkit
Eddie B - HAWT, Una, Philter
& introducing: Bei Ru!
Musical genres will range from Hip Hop, Rock, Reggae, Middle Eastern beats, Funk, Soul, Electric, NuDisco & House. In addition, esteemed artist Carlos Vera has donated his talents to entertain the guests with a one-of-a-kind live painting, which will be auctioned at the end of the evening. Lus Music has also brought on board the amazing Ben "Windu" Sayles and Leigh Acosta of Bound Lotus, who will entertain its donors with a Live Acro-Duo Performance.
Lus Music (http://lusmusic.com) believes the power of music should never be underestimated. Whether it is your love for quality music and the arts or if you just want to make a difference in your lifetime, Lus Music is the organization that you want to consider joining.
“Our mission to increase awareness for handpicked, independent musicians, artists, DJs, producers, performers and dancers while helping children in need all around the world. Through great music and other forms of artistic expression, Lus Music is here to create some of the most memorable, positive & fun charitable events and programs. Doing what we can to leave our mark and make a real difference in the lives of the children that need it most. We hope to create HOPE!”
The Love Jam will support the Abandoned Baby Center in conjunction with Feed the Children (http://www.feedthechildren.org/site/PageServer?pagename=abc_about_us). ABC began as a response to a horrific problem; every ten minutes a baby is orphaned or abandoned in Kenya, their parents lost to epidemics, violence and poverty. The Kenya Abandoned Baby Center opened in August 2001 to address this terrible situation.
At the ABC, babies are given new life and real hope for a brighter future. Staffed with medical and child-development professionals, ABC is equipped to help meet the special needs of these babies, beginning with nourishing food, critical medical care and a loving home. This innovative five-acre facility, on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya, has a medical center, playrooms and care cottages to help babies recover, grow and thrive.
Presale tickets can be purchased now for $15 at lusmusic.com & wantickets.com/lusmusic, or you can make your donation of $20 or more at the door.