CURE JM CONCERT 2010 FEAUTING BLAKE LEWIS FROM AMEICAN IDOL!
We still have a handful of vendor spots open for the 2010 concert at the Hillsboro Stadium. Looking for a wide range of vendors from face painting to crafts & arts.
Gordon Faber Recreation Complex
The Gordon Faber Recreation Complex, adjacent to Hwy. 26, is a 90+ acre site consisting of a 7,000-seat multipurpose stadium with 170,000 sq. ft. of all-weather artificial turf. We are selling 7000 tickets for this event!!
This is a charity concert & all profits go to research children with JM. If you would like to be part of this great event, while building your business & making money please contact me
Anyone who tuned into season six of American Idol knew to expect the unexpected of Blake Lewis. The Washington native and beat-boxing extraordinaire, who admitted he hadn’t watched a single episode before auditioning in Seattle, arrived in Hollywood without a hint of a plan, other than to be himself. Yet through talent, instinct, creativity and unapologetic brashness, Blake managed to make it all the way to the finale as the first runner-up to Jordin Sparks. His 2007 debut, Audio Day Dream, sold more than 350,000 copies, and his sophomore album, Heartbreak on Vinyl, was released in October 2009. For Heartbreak, Blake teamed up with collaborators including S*A*M & Sluggo (Fall Out Boy, Panic at the Disco), remixer extraordinaire Dave Audé (Pussycat Dolls), superstar producer Rodney Jerkins (Lady Gaga, Britney Spears) and Jean Baptiste (Will.I.Am, Black Eyed Peas). In addition to recording his album last year, Blake performed in over 20 cities across the country, including his role as DJ and emcee of the 2009 GRAMMY Celebration Concert Tour with Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and others. His new single, "Heartbreak On Vinyl," was released in January, and is currently #1 on Billboard Dance Radio Airplay and Clubplay Charts. He performed at the 2010 Winter Music Conference in Miami with David Tort and Dave Audé, and has upcoming shows scheduled in Portland, Austin, Vegas, Chicago, Indianapolis, Washington, D.C. and Seattle. He is currently an American Idol guest blogger for USA Today and Hollywood Life.
Meet 17 year-old Savannah Outen from Hillsboro, Oregon. For those members of online communities such as YouTube and myspace, she is no stranger; in fact, she is gaining what some would consider “star status” with over 55 million youtube views and more than 213 thousand subscribers. She has often been described as a child prodigy but genuinely refers to herself as just a normal teenage girl with a dream to sing. She has continuously won over the hearts of millions since she began performing live at the age of 2. At age 12, Savannah found her way to the finals of America’s Best New Talent and has been invited to perform the national anthem at various sporting events for teams such as the Oakland Raiders, LA Dodgers, Anaheim Angels, Seattle Mariners, Seattle SuperSonics, Seattle Storm, and the Portland Beavers. This year, Savannah was the Grand Marshall for the Portland Rose Festival Junior Parade and performed at the Queen's Coronation.
Is thrilled to return for the second annual Cure JM Concert!
Jessica's involvement with the Cure JM Foundation began on February 8, 2009 when she met Mason Smedley, who has JM. Mason was critically ill in the hospital, and Jessica was deeply moved by his story. A week later on Valentine's Day, she held her own Cure JM Concert at Horton Plaza Mall in San Diego, CA. The concert was a success, and Jessica donated all the proceeds to the Cure JM Foundation, thus inspiring the 1st Oregon Cure JM concert last year. Since then, she has made many friends around the country that have JM.
Rising recording artist, Jessica Lerner, has been featured on the San Diego CW and NBC news stations. Her music is getting radio play in San Diego, college radio stations around the country, and most recently in Europe!
19 year old from Portland Oregon with a dream to sing for the world. I write songs and play guitar. When I was 17, I picked up my grandpa’s old guitar after he had passed away and taught myself how to play. Through the hard times and growing up, I learned that writing songs was the best outlet I have ever had. Now, almost 20, I love writing songs about life, love, and overcoming challenges you never thought possible, because those are the kinds of songs that speak to me. Most recently I began working with a Portland based producer/manager. We have been working hard and recording music that will available on Itunes shortly! I appreciate and love all the people who have helped me on this journey so far, and cannot wait to see what the future holds for me.