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    Wednesday, June 18, 2014

    ATL Live on the Park Outshines the rain...

    By Anya Bianca

    If you missed ATL Live on the Park, you missed a treat that not even the rain could not stop. The once-a-month live showcase presented by  Shanti Das and Marlon Nichols takes place at Midtowns’ Park Tavern, in a dual indoor/outdoor setting.  The June edition sponsored by Belvedere, Aaron’s and W Atlanta featured LIVE performances from Kameelah Williams Of R&B Divas: Atlanta (formerly of 702), emerging artist Dane'sha Nicole and headlining new comer on the scene, George Tandy Jr. with his hit “March”.

    The weather could not keep the full house crowd away or subdued.  The Master of Ceremony for the night, Kenny "The Dream is Real” Burns did not disappoint with his electric vibe that charmed the audience and got them out of their seats. Opener singer/songwriter Danesh’a Nicole wowed the stage with her sultry voice. This merging artist hails from Springfield Ohio by way of Tallahassee, FL. She has worked with several artists on her music journey with more to come. “The Voice of 702”, Kameelah took everyone back with their hit “Steelo” and special surprise duet with Musiq Soulchild. Kameelah's presence was warm, familiar and well received. The show couldn’t have closed out any better than with the beautiful soul and voice of George Tandy Jr.  Currently residing in Miami, the multi-talented Virginia born musician captured the Atlanta audience with his current billboard chart topping hit, “March”.  

    Many socialites were in the building, including Marlo Hampton of RHOA, Mila J and Musiq Soulchild just to name a few. Atlanta Live in the Park brings an upscale vibe to the park and is guaranteed to leave you wanting more. See you next month.

    Anya and George Tandy Jr.

    Anya and Kameelah (R&B Divas, 702)

    Anya and Shanti Das

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