VH1 Concert Helps Support Local School

This year’s concert is set to be a hit with the local community as Leona Lewis’ popularity has literally gone through the roof. Kelly Clarkson and Miley Cyrus will also perform at the music channel?s event who is actually returning after a five year hiatus. VH1 are reportedly interested in developing local music interest in […]

This year’s concert is set to be a hit with the local community as Leona Lewis’ popularity has literally gone through the roof.

Kelly Clarkson and Miley Cyrus will also perform at the music channel?s event who is actually returning after a five year hiatus. VH1 are reportedly interested in developing local music interest in neighbouring communities which is something they have always been looking into helping.

The show is a fundraiser for the ?Save the Music Foundation? which will be live on the music channel in the US on 17th September. The non-profit organisation was initially created to promote musical education for young kids in school. The entire event takes place at Brooklyn Academy of Music and local kids from school get free entry.

This concert has hosted such stars as Mariah Carey and even Tina Turner which has generated massive amounts of income in the past. It is a very exciting time for Leona Lewis. She recently won the notorious hit music TV program, X-Factor and since then her popularity has really gone out of control (in a good way).

This musical event started in 1998 and since then it has been donating musical instruments to local schools some of which have been worth in excess of

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