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ATL Live on the Park Wraps Season 4 with El Seven’s Adrian Marcel & ‘Soul-Garage’ Band Black Alley
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PRLog (Press Release) – Nov. 15, 2013 – ATLANTA — Providing Atlanta with four years of consecutive, mind blowing live music shows, Shanti Das and Marlon Nichols, host Kenny Burns, DJ Trauma and the Teddy White Band… as well as sponsors Audi & Gentleman Jack, wrap the fourth season of ATL Live on the Park with an explosive show. Consistently bringing refreshing sounds of live music from talented, emerging and known artists to the city of Atlanta, ATL Live on the Park can confidently be labeled as one of Atlanta’s top live music event.
Recording Artists Bertell, Leigh Bush and Quinn from Jukebox Band Give Thrilling Performances for the October Edition of ATL Live on the Park
October 16th/Atlanta, GA— If you thought Shanti Das and Marlon Nichols, creators of ATL Live on the Park, had no more tricks up their sleeves for their monthly music showcase then you were misinformed! The October edition, sponsored by Rolling Out Magazine, Audi, Chambord and Korbel, hailed performances from breakout artists like Bertell, teen heartthrob Leigh Bush formerly Sammie and Grammy Award-nominated singer/songwriter Quinn & JukeBox Band. Hosted by Art Terrell of Atlanta’s KISS 104.1 FM, October’s edition did not disappoint.
Opening the show was independent recording artist, Bertell Young. Bertell, who is the protege of famed super-producer Bryan Michael-Cox, opened his set with his soon to be released single, “Keep it on the Low”. He followed up with his current Billboard chart-topping hit, “She Get if from her Mama”, which had everyone dancing and vibing to the beat. Bertell stole the crowd with another hit off his debut EP called “Selfish Love” which is the first single off his EP, Atlanta Nights with Telly. Closing his set, Bertell sung a cover of R.Kelly’s “Seems Like You Ready” and a cover of Jamie Fox, “VIP”.