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Tito Jackson, V. Bozeman and More Perform at ATL Live on the Park

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Tito Jackson, V. Bozeman and More Perform at ATL Live on the Park

V. 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.
V. Bozeman performs at the July edition ATL Live on the Park

V. Bozeman performs at the July edition ATL Live on the Park

Event host Ed Lover kicked off the show with a shout out to the ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha celebrating their 67th Boule in Atlanta. Lover spoke candidly on his support for the Black Lives Matter movement and expressed his condolences to the families of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and fallen Dallas police officers. Soon after, new artist Young Marco performed Prom from his EP released in April 2016. His performance had even the most seasoned guests reflecting on their high school days. Motown’s artist, Sebastian Kole, performed a beautiful rendition of Gnarls Barkley’s Crazy which left the crowd pumped and ready for what was to come.
ATL Live on the Park performers

ATL Live on the Park performers

  

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It was clear to see who the old (and new) school crowd was there to see as Tito Jackson took the stage! The multi-platinum selling Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member performed a series of songs from his soon to be released album, Tito Time. Jackson closed his set with his chart topping single,Get It Baby. Host Ed Lover took a moment to thank Jackson and his family for all of their work and music they provided over the years. Lover also expressed his personal condolences to the Jackson family for the loss of Michael Jackson. In return, the accomplished guitarist, performer and now solo artist thanked the fans for loving his family and giving him a reason to keep making music.

Shortly after, V. Bozeman grabbed the emotions of the audience as she opened her set with a bold musical performance of Race Jones. In the wake of Mike Brown’s shooting, Bozeman choose to use this single as a platform for change. Bozeman encouraged the audience to stand in their greatness and also told the crowd that as an artist it is her responsibility to utilize her platform to uplift people. Bozeman continued her set with a cover of Michel’le Something in my Heart. The Empire star then performed her #1 downloaded single What is Love. Bozeman closed the set with her newest single, GO.
Tito Jackson sign's autographs for fans at ATL Live on the Park

Tito Jackson sign’s autographs for fans at ATL Live on the Park

Packed house at the July Edition of ATL Live on the Park.

Packed house at the July Edition of ATL Live on the Park.

 

Photo Credit: Prince Williams, ATLPics.net

ATL Live on the Park continues with its annual all-white affair on Tuesday, August 9, 2016. The official line up will be released next month. For additional information about ATL Live on the Park, please visit:www.atlliveonthepark.com

To schedule an interview with executive producers Shanti Das and Marlon Nichols, please contact:
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