FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — COLUMBUS, OH.
NATIONAL HIP-HOP PRODUCER J RAWLS TO HOST “GF XII” FEATURING STELLAR AWARD NOMINATED JOR’DAN ARMSTRONG
National hip-hop recording artist Jason Rawls, popularly known as “J. Rawls,” will be the host of the twelfth annual installment of the GLORYfest series, titled “GF XII.” The event will be a Skully’s Music & Diner on Wednesday, May 4th, 2016 in Columbus, OH. The time of the event will be 7pm ET.
For over twenty years, J. Rawls has been a staple in the hip-hop community, producing for the likes of Grammy Award Nominated Mos Def, Talib Kweli, and a host of other artists. Using a jazzy sound with a smooth tone, Rawls’ production style has gained the popularly of many fans and artists of the Christian and hip-hop genres.
J. Rawls’ style also gained popularity as a result of being inspired by one of the most notable producers of all time, the late J. Dilla. In 2006, Rawls as part of the Liquid Crystal Project, released “A Tribute to Dilla,” which has been sampled by many artists spanning a number of different genres.
The GLORYfest series was created in 2005 by Chris Featherstone, Founder and CEO of ViZion United, LLC, a Christian and Jazz promotion and event planning company. With a degree in Public Relations, Chris has planned, promoted, and consulted hundreds of events in Columbus, OH and surrounding cities.
ViZion United will be partnering with SAVE concerts, a faith-based promotions company located in Columbus, OH. Founded by George Chatters, SAVE concerts has featured Grammy Award winning Thi’sl, as well as national recording artist Sevin and a host of independent artists. George has served in the community as an events organizer for over twenty years, and uses his experience in the education field to help those in the local community create a path to achieve their dreams.
*Tickets can be purchased at http://www.saveconcerts.com*
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:
Chris Featherstone – Founder, ViZion United, LLC
George Chatters – Founder, SAVE Concerts
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