The Yellow Rose Gala will have a special appearance by Kool & the Gang's Sir Earl Toon. The musician has paired up with the organization to bring awareness to multiple sclerosis.
(PRUnderground) April 11th, 2019
This Saturday, April 13, the 2019 Yellow Rose Gala: Paint the Town Yellow for a Cure will promote awareness and raise money for multiple sclerosis research. People from all over the DFW metroplex will gather at the Renaissance Dallas Hotel to learn about MS and make a difference with this special fundraiser. Downtown Dallas buildings will feature yellow lights and decorations to highlight the event’s “Paint the Town Yellow” theme.
Attendees will have the opportunity to eat and dance while watching Sir Earl Toon of Kool & The Gang perform. The singer is excited to support such a wonderful charity through his music.
“The Yellow Rose Gala provides such a wonderful opportunity for the community to support a truly important cause,” said Sir Earl Toon. “I’m honored to support an event so near and dear to my heart. I have friends and family who have been impacted by MS, and I’m proud to give voice to such a worthy charity.”
All proceeds from the event will go straight to Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Research.
To interview Sir Earl Toon and further discuss his community endeavors, his music, or to book him for appearances and performances, contact Bernadette Coleman at 214-310-1356 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Yellow Rose Gala Foundation:
Since its establishment in the 1980s, the Yellow Rose Gala Foundation has raised over $5.75 million with its Yellow Rose Gala event. Recently, the event was deemed one of the top American fundraisers partnered with the International Progressive MS Alliance. To learn more about the fundraising event, visit theyellowrose.org.
About Sir Earl Toon
Earl Toon, Jr. has been making music and an impact for decades. He came to fame as part of the 2016 Grammy Hall of Fame inducted-band, Kool & The Gang. Toon himself received consideration for the 57th Annual Grammy Awards with his first solo release “The Old Rugged Cross.” He had the privilege of being mentored by the one and only Otis Blackwell, songwriter for Elvis Presley.
Toon still brings crowds to their feet and is working on new music. He mentors young musicians in the craft as well as the business through Y.M.O. Enterprises, LLC, his production, management and record company. He is launching his “Celebration Live” radio show soon, and is available for interviews, appearances and shows. When he’s not moving crowds with soulful sounds, he can be found helping out in the community, representing Y.M.O. and his organization Give a Kid a Coat. For more information or to book Sir Earl Toon, contact Bernadette Coleman at 214-310-1356 or email@example.com.Press Contact
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