Radio Free KJLH, Chemo Cold Caps, The Grammy Museum Celebrate and Honor Breast Cancer Survivors

Save The Tatas, KimiRhochelle Entertainment Publicist at KRPR Media
Save The Tatas, KimiRhochelle Entertainment Publicist at KRPR Media
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FONTANA, Calif. - Sept. 25, 2018 - PRLog -- Still I Rise From Cancer, Inc, a 501c3 collaborates with Radio Free KJLH Tammi Mac, Chemo Cold Caps, and The Grammy Museum to celebrate and honor women dealing with and/or those whom have survived Breast Cancer.  A Night of R&B – Save The Tatas – A Tribute To The Legends honors: Yvette Hart, Seretha Eiland, Todee Hollins, Sydney Briggs-Johnson, Lynn Robinson, Lolita Perez (Channel 4 News), Cheryl Brown, Kym Douglas, Paula Porter Avery, Glenda Jones, and Joyce Patton.

The evening celebration will be in concert form paying tribute to Teena Marie, Marvin Gay, Phyllis Hayman, Luther Vandross, Natalie Cole, Michael Jackson, Prince, and Aretha Franklin.  Performances consist of The Radio Free KJLH Performance Choir, Janice Freeman Neuble (The Voice), Jacob Lusk (American Idol), Rory Darvel, Lettrice Lawrence, Sydney Briggs-Johnson, Kinji Hilthe Baker, Zeia Wilson, Traci Brown, Donna Crockett, Sherri Thompson-Whitten, and Founder of Still I Rise From Cancer, Inc. Tarsha Rodgers.

A Night of R&B – Save The Tatas – A Tribute To The Legends is hosted by Radio Free KJLH Tammi Mac and takes place at The Clive Davis Theater at the GRAMMY Museum located at 800 West Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015.   The night not only includes a honors of awardees, a tribute concert, but guests can also visit wonderful exhibits of Major Music Artist in all genres to include Michael Jacksons glove and Taylor Swifts scribbled Lyrics.  In addition, there is a whole Funk Section.

A Night of R&B – Save The Tatas – A Tribute To The Legends is part ofStill I Rise From Cancer, Incannual fundraiser.  Ticket donations are $30 and will benefit Still I Rise From Cancer, Inc, and Chemo Cold Caps.

"It's our annual fundraiser to raise money for scholarships for women to afford the cold caps.  Music saved me.  Writing and recording my album "Still I Rise" saved my life, so that is why I use music as my way of honoring others who have gone through what I went through,' states founder Tarsha Rodgers.

A Night of R&B – Save The Tatas – A Tribute To The Legends begins with a Pink Carpet.   Media are invited to attend.

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About Still I Rise From Cancer, Inc./Tarsha Rodgers

Still I Rise From Cancer, Inc.  is a 501 c 3 Organization with a mission to help women that are going through cancer.
Many chemotherapy drugs cause hair loss. This greatly affects a cancer patient's self-esteem, especially women. Some women are so averse to losing their hair, that they actually refuse to have chemotherapy. The cancer patient, who is already dealing with many physical and emotional factors, cannot escape the fact for even one moment that he or she has cancer when the hair is lost.

Who We Are

We are dedicated to helping women that have to go through grueling treatments,  We want to enable them the ability to fight with dignity and grace.  We want women to look as much themselves as possible while going through chemo therapy and our services can aid women in obtaining cold caps for saving their hair as well as high quality wigs.  We provide funding to cancer patients who want to keep their hair by equipping them with the latest cold cap technology and providing assistance including education regarding the use of cold caps,

Our History

Still I Rise From Cancer Inc., was founded by R&B singer Tarsha Rodgers who wanted to maintain her appearance for shows and events and not lose her hair.  She did not want to look like what she was going through. Cancer had already taken so much from her and she did not want to lose her hair. She successfully used Cold Caps through out her cancer treatment. The name Still I Rise From Cancer comes from Tarsha's song "Still I Rise" which she wrote while dealing with Breast Cancer.

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