"Autism's Got Talent" Crowns Inaugural Winner
Jonah "J the King" Parks Reigns Supreme For Autism Society San Diego Fundraiser
By: Rock and Roll San Diego
The aspiring DJ from Carlsbad was congratulated by the Autism's Got Talent Committee, Shirley Fett, Tammy Anderson, Alyssa Label, Jorie Ellazar, and Joel Ellazar.
"Congratulations to J the King," said Shirley Fett, who is the committee chairperson. "His energy and enthusiasm was continually conveyed throughout, from his initial submission video to the final round instudio video recording from Rock and Roll San Diego's Hendrix Hall. If he continues to put himself out there, we think he will go far."
"We are also proud of everyone who submitted a video and shared their amazing and wonderfully unique talents with viewers virtually," said committee member Jorie Ellazar. "Special thanks to everyone who voted for their favorite performances while donating to the Autism Society San Diego."
To watch all of the videos, please visit the Autism's Got Talent website: http://autismsgottalent.net
Stay tuned for details on the next Autism's Got Talent which is planned for Summer 2021.
About Rock and Roll San Diego
Opened in 2011, Rock and Roll San Diego was built as a place for musicians to play loud every day of the week, they could feel at home while being a part of a community. Started by Mark Langford who is a lifelong musician and local San Diego resident. They have hosted local San Diego bands to headliners like Steven Tyler, The Beach Boys, Tribal Seeds, Carnifex, Ace Frehley, POD, The B-52s, The Frights, King Diamond, The Devil Wears Prada, Pierce the Veil, A Day to Remember, Cattle Decapitation and many more! The location's focus is to be a musician's go-to place for rehearsal space, repairs, rentals, music lessons and livestreaming. Learn more about Rock and Roll San Diego by visiting https://www.rockandrollsandiego.com/
About the Autism Society San Diego
The Autism Society is the nation's oldest leading grassroots autism organization and exists to improve the lives of all affected by autism. Annually, the Autism Society and it's 76 local affiliates served over half a million individuals impacted by autism through education, advocacy, information and referral services, support, and providing community inclusion and acceptance at the national, state and local levels. Learn more about Autism Society San Diego by visiting https://www.autismsocietysandiego.org.