Bizzy Bone, Mally Mall, Steve Lobell & More Attend Elevated Genius Charity Concert (Pictures)
Kind-Hearted Compassion in Action Foundation provides a platform for talented musicians, artists and activists who come from adverse circumstances to be able to share their work
SANTA ANA, CA (Dec. 14, 2015) – The stars came out to support a good cause at the Elevate Genius Concert and Charity event at the historic Yost Theater in Santa Ana. The red carpet event, presented by the Kind-Hearted Compassion in Action Foundation spearheaded by Executive Producer Dave Naidu, Pamela Tahim Thakur and Dr. Sonia Singh, provided a creative platform for talented musicians, artists and activists, who come from adverse circumstances, to be able to share their work. Industry expert Steve Lobel gave a riveting speech as the keynote speaker and Bizzy Bone, of the legendary Hip-Hop group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, headlined the concert attended by celebrity guests Mally Mall, Lil Rome Diddy, Young Lace, Kid Lace, Quarter Bird and more.
Guests enjoyed performances by rising star DJ Kiss and socially conscious artists Fatell, DJ Royelle, Phase V, DJ Krazy K, Natalie Stephenson, Go Gettas, Greg Sykes aka Mad Habit, Trademark, Mary Harris, Ilette Hill, Jovan Armand and Trevous Millhouse. Presenters included Mayor Bao Nguyen, Christine Devine from Fox 11 News, Dean Dr. Gail Stearns and philanthropist Jane Gehr and the event was hosted by executive talent scout Big Mike Rob and Cedric Clark NufCed. Human rights activists AJ Redkey and Steven Sweetleaf of InLeague Press, filmmaker Lili Teplan, socially conscious musician of 2015 Fatell, and co-producer Mike Long aka Flowganic, were the night’s honorees.
In addition to the music performances, social justice art was on display through curator Stephan Baxter by artists John Sollom (OC Weekly Artist 2012), Valerie Lewis (OC Weekly Best Artist 2014), Art Guevara, Amanda Rue, Jason Marcos, Michael Ziobrowski, Rene Cardona, Steve Metzger and Hagop Nagerian.
For more information, visit www.KindHeartedCompassion.org.