(Louisville, KY) Legacies Unlimited Inc. presents The Walnut Street Revue ‘Rambling at Club Morocco’ featuring the Unlimited Show Band and The VilleEffect Band,
The show will be held on Saturday, January 27, 2024, at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage, (KCAAH) located at 1701 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd at 7:30pm.
Reserved tickets are $65 per person and $45 for general admission. You can purchase them on www.redpintix.com or you can also purchase them at Better Days Records. (both locations).
Ken Clay, Founder of Legacies Unlimited, says “Louisville has a rich history when it comes to music. Each year, I try and introduce to the younger generation music from my time period. It’s an opportunity to experience the soulful sounds while giving those who lived it a walk down memory lane. Hearing the songs they grew up on. It is an evening of great music and I invite you to come out and enjoy Walnut Street Revue experience.”
Tickets for The Walnut Street Revue are $65 for general admission and $45 for cabaret seating. (limited space)
Rambling at Club Morocco is presented by Legacies Unlimited Inc. and is made possible through the support of the Owsley Brown II Foundation, Hardscuffle Inc., WLKY-TV and Radio Station WLOU.
Please announce and/or post on your community calendars. If you have any questions or would like to setup an interview with Ken Clay, please contact VIPP Communications at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 502-341-7306.
(Louisville, KY) MOLO Village CDC announces their 3rd Annual MOLO African Gala on Saturday, March 25th from 7:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. at LCCC located at 1300 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd.
The gala is an evening of Black Excellence and Elegance with guests encouraged to wear African attire and/or black tie as you enjoy a special performance by The Unlimited Show Band. Three deserving individuals in our community will receive the MOLO Village Community Award.
This year’s awardees will be Dave Christopher Sr., Executive Director, and Founder of AMPED; Honorable Colonel Pamela Stevenson, State Representative for Kentucky House District 43; and Honorable Greg Fischer, Louisville Metro Mayor from 2011 to 2023.
Rev. Dr. Jamesetta Ferguson, President & CEO of MOLO Village says, “We know it takes a village to make this community better. People from all walks of life and their perspectives professions is what makes a community whole. This year’s honorees exemplify leadership even through adversity. We invite the community to community and celebrate with us.”
Tickets for the 3rd Annual MOLO African Gala can be purchased on Eventbrite. You can also purchase tickets at MOLO Village CDC at the Village @ West Jefferson, Ste. 204 or at www.molovillagecdc.org. Individual tickets are $100 plus service fees and a table for 8 is $850 plus services fees.
We would like to thank all our supporters for making this event a succuss including the following sponsors: AARP of Kentucky, Norton Institute of Health Equity, The Church Building and Loan Fund of the United Church of Christ, LG&E and KU Energy, Russell Places of Promise and the Cabinet of Health and Human Services Ministries (CHSSM) of the United Church of Christ.
This year’s proceeds benefit the MOLO Village CDC.
If you would like to setup an interview with Dr. Ferguson, contact VIPP communications by calling 502-341-7306 or by email at email@example.com. We also invite you to cover the gala. Please post and/or announce on your community calendars.