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The Soulful Sounds Series-50 Years of Philly Soul Live Panel Discussion
Celebrate Black Music Month with
The Soulful Sounds Series 50 Philly Soul Panel Discussion at
The African-American Museum of Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA – On June 19, 2013, Philash Entertainment Group and The Artists United (TAU), presents The Soulful Sounds Series – Black Music Month Salute to Philly Soul Panel Discussion. The event will take place at The African-American Museum of Philadelphia located at 701 Arch Street Philadelphia PA 19102. Panelists for this event include Carvin Haggins-Songwriter;
The Soulful Sounds Series is an educational initiative curated by Ashley Scott on Soul and Rhythm & Blues music. In celebration of Black Music Month, this panel discussion with talk about the impact of Philadelphia Soul on a global spectrum and the relevance it has in the music Industry. The panel will be an up close and personal discussion from the artist and hit makers themselves. It is designed to educate attendees of the history of Philadelphia soul music in order to positively influence the next generation of music makers. Our panelists include Songwriter-Producer Carvin Haggins who has penned such classics as “Half Crazy” and “Teach Me” for Musiq Soulchild and “Find My Way Back” by Jaheim; Songwriter Phil Hurtt who penned “I’ll Be Around” by The Spinners and “Sunshine”
About Philash Entertainment Group
Philash Entertainment Group is an Event Production and Promotions company founded by Ashley Scott. The mission of the company is to promote and produce timeless and memorable musical moments. Philash has been the curator and co-curator for various shows including United We Band, The Soulful Sounds Series, and The Songbook Series. Our company has contributed services to major concerts and events featuring Eric Roberson, Kindred The Family Soul, Teena Marie, and more. The current clients include Will Downing and The Three Degrees.
About The Artists United
The Artists United (TAU) is a non-profit organization founded in 2002 by Rasheed "Lox" Knox, along with Jay P. King and Ashley Scott. The mission is to educate, develop, market, and promote individuals in the Entertainment Industry. The organization's objective is to help Preserve Arts and Culture in our Communities. The United We Band (UWB) Jam Session and Showcase is one of The Artists United’s (TAU) Main Events. It was designed to create a platform and social environment for the intermediate and professional individuals to apply the knowledge obtained through our courses, seminars, and mentoring programs.
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