Last night, honorary party chair Devyne Stephens along with Atlanta music lovers gathered at Park Tavern in Piedmont Park for ATL Live on the Park’s 6th Annual All White Affair. The sold-out event presented performances by Grammy-nominated singer and television personality Chanté Moore who introduced two new songs from her upcoming album and a performance of her timeless hit “Chante’s Got A Man”. The all-girl band, The GG’s, which includes superstar Beyoncé bass player Lauren Taneil, presented a high-energy performance which included covers of Bruno Mar’s “24K”, Vanity’s “Nasty Girl” and Mint Condition’s “Pretty Brown Eye’s”. Soul/R&B vocalist and speaker Alex Harris showed how powerful his vocals were by performing a cover of Percy Sledge’s “When A Man Love’s A Woman” and an original song “Wordless”. Devyne Stephens also introduced a surprise performance by 112 bandmate, Daron Jones, who performed two new singles off his new album. The August edition of ATL Live on the Park was sponsored by Gentleman Jack, MAJIC 107.5 and ChooseATL and co-hosted by Ed Lover and Maria More.

Prior to the show, Henry Hicks, the CEO of the National Museum of African American Music (www.nmaam.org Lolita Toney, Chief of Staff of the museum, hosted a reception for music tastemakers and enthusiasts in anticipation of the museum opening in Nashville in early 2019. Hicks also assisted Shanti & Marlon in awarding Chante Moore the ATL Live on the Park Icon Award. In attendance included: Greg Smith (SESAC-Nashville), Camille Love (City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs), Aiyisha T. Obafemi (DTP), Kevin Wales (music industry veteran), Charista Brittenum (RCA Records), Tammy Hurt (Georgia Music Partners), Jay Carter (One Music Fest), Phillana Williams (Grand Hustle), Marci Bailey Overstreet (city council candidate)

Prior to the show, Henry Hicks, the CEO of the National Museum of African American Music (www.nmaam.org Lolita Toney, Chief of Staff of the museum, hosted a reception for music tastemakers and enthusiasts in anticipation of the museum opening in Nashville in early 2019. Hicks also assisted Shanti & Marlon in awarding Chante Moore the ATL Live on the Park Icon Award. In attendance included: Greg Smith (SESAC-Nashville), Camille Love (City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs), Aiyisha T. Obafemi (DTP), Kevin Wales (music industry veteran), Charista Brittenum (RCA Records), Tammy Hurt (Georgia Music Partners), Jay Carter (One Music Fest), Phillana Williams (Grand Hustle), Marci Bailey Overstreet (city council candidate)

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