(ATLANTA) June 9 – Atlanta’s key movers and shakers packed the tent at Park Tavern last night for the second edition of Shanti Das & Marlon Nichols’ “ATL LIVE on the Park” music showcase. Celebs/tastemakers in attendance included Ne-Yo, RL (from NEXT), Chaka Zulu (DTP), Jeff Dixon (DTP), Devyne Stephens (Upfront Entertainment), Kenny Burns (who emcee’d the show), Reggie Rouse (CBS Radio), Hurricane Dave (Radio One), Travis Best (fmr NBA point guard), Lisa Borders (fmr Atlanta City Council president), singers Algebra and Anthony David, Taiye Samuels (DTP) and DJ Trauma.
Disturbing Tha Peace Records presented two of their R&B acts, the trio Untitled and soul singer Rudy Currence, after which RL jumped on stage for an impromptu jam session that ended with the crowd-pleasing NEXT hit “Too Close.” Finally, actor/singer Keith Robinson (Dreamgirls, Dear John) closed the show with his smooth vocals.
For more information on ATL Live on the Park, visit Shanti Das & Marlon Nichols on Facebook at http://tinyurl.com/2dw8nxm.
Photos: James Pray