Tito Jackson, V. Bozeman and More Perform at ATL Live on the Park
Bozeman and Ed Lover address recent tragedies that have affected the black community
ATLANTA, GA – July 13, 2016 — Last night, The July edition of ATL Live on the Park was an unique twist between old and new school soul. Held at the beautiful Park Tavern at Piedmont Park, the sold out show brought out generations of people from all over. Hosted by Boom 102.9′s Ed Lover, the evening included performances from newcomers Young Marco and Sebastian Kole and sounds provided by Quinn and Jukebox and DJ E-Clazz. The night concluded with banging performances from the legendary member of The Jackson 5, Tito Jackson and Pepsi’s Artist of the Month, V. Bozeman. The July edition of ATL Live on the Park was sponsored by Gentleman Jack, Pepsi, ChooseATL, MAJIC 107.5 and Boom 102.9 and co-produced by Shanti Das and Marlon Nichols.
Shanti Das and Marlon Nichols introduced the seventh season of ATL Live on the Park to a sold out show on Tuesday night in Atlanta, GA. The dynamic duo proved once again why ATL Live on the Park is Atlanta’s top bill for live music performances. Season openers included performances by Quinn and Jukebox, Crystal Cruz, Candice Nelson and Pepsi’s Artist Spotlight of the Month Ghetto&Blues. The new season also welcomed Boom 102.5/97.5 morning show host Ed Lover as opening night host and one of Atlanta’s premiere deejay’s, DJ E-Clazz to the lineup. The April edition of ATL Live on the Park was sponsored by Gentleman Jack, Pepsi, ChooseATL, Majic 107.5 and Boom 102.9/97.5 and executive produced by Press Reset Entertainment and Pinecone Productions. Read more
ATLANTA, GA – November 10, 2015 –Last night, Shanti Das and Marlon Nichols presented the finale edition of ATL Live on the Park Season 6 at the beautiful Park Tavern at Piedmont Park. Headlined by R&B superstar Angie Stone, guests also enjoyed performances by Rahbi Raw and Willie Hynn. Invited media had the opportunity to attend a private Q&A with the R&B superstar. During the Q&A, Stone discussed the development of her seventh studio album, how she got her start in the music-industry as a member of the first-female hip-hop group, The Sequence and gave her thoughts on today’s rap scene and the importance of the female voice in hip-hop. She also discussed the importance of black men and her admiration of them, hence her popular single, “Brotha,” an ode to the black man.
ATL Live on the Park season 6 finale was hosted by Taiye “The Wild Afrikan” Samuel and sponsored by Gentleman Jack, Korbel Champagne and MAJIC 107.5. Guests also enjoyed sounds by DJ Mars and a performance by Quinn and the Jukebox.
(L to R): Marlon Nichols, Angie Stone, and Shanti Das