HW Pick: “Comeback Atlanta” Power Brunch Part Of Black Music Month

atl2On Saturday, June 18th, 2016, Philadelphia native, Isaac Hamm III aka Izzy Ike CEO / Founder IM3Media hosted a musically inclined event by the name of “The Comeback Atlanta 2016,” a Power Brunch celebrating influential contributors in black music in recognition of Black Music Month at Level V located in Buckhead, Atlanta.

atl1There were LIVE band performances showcasing amazing talent by Y’Anna Crawley, Destaine Jennings, The Sangers Room, Dante Kennedy, and Jarvis Mays who took the stage exercising beautiful vocal ranges that didn’t miss a beat.

In addition, there was a discussion panel talking industry topics today featuring celebrity panelist like DJ Fadelf (DJ/Award Winning Author), Deanna Dixon (Singer/Songwriter), and Vaughn Alvarez (Publicist). Not to mention there was a remarkable Awards Ceremony honoring some of music’s most valuable legends such as Stellar Award Winner Bishop William H. Murphy (Pastor of the dReam Center Church), Singer/Songwriter Lelee Lyons from Legendary R&B group SWV, and VP of eOne Nashville, Phil Thornton.

atl3Each honoree was rewarded with the Dyana Williams “Profile in Excellence and Innovation Lifetime Achievement” Award. Isaac Hamm III was also awarded with a Proclamation given by City of Atlanta Councilman Michael Bond officially proclaiming “The Comeback Atlanta 2016” Power Brunch on the 18th of June, 2016.

Photo Credit: UMEEK Images and In Da House Media.

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