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Published on Friday, May 31, 2019

The Carver Development Board Presents 2019 Cavalcade of the Stars featuring Johnny Gill

CONTACT: Teresa Vásquez-Romero, (210) 207-8761
teresa.vasquez-romero@sanantonio.gov

 

SAN ANTONIO (May 31, 2019) - The Carver Development Board announces its annual fundraiser, the 2019 Cavalcade of the Stars on Saturday, October 26 at the Henry B. González Convention Center, Bridge Hall.  The annual fundraiser benefits the Carver’s School for Visual & Performing Arts’ Artist Residency/Master Class Program, summer camps, Youth Matinee Series and supports the education programs of the Carver Community Cultural Center

 

The Cavalcade of the Stars begins with a reception and a silent auction at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner at 6:30 p.m.  The concert benefitting the Carver’s education programs begins at 8:30 p.m. featuring R&B artist, Johnny Gill.

 

With an unmistakable, unique trademark style, Johnny Gill has altered the sound of R&B music for over three decades with a signature sound that pairs superior singing with extraordinary showmanship, bringing the world classics such as “My, My, My,” “Rub You The Right Way,” “Where Do We Go From Here,” “Perfect Combination,” “Boys To Men,” “Can You Stand The Rain,” “My Body,” and the timeless wedding song, “You For Me” from Tyler Perry’s hit movie Madea’s Family Reunion. With a seemingly endless list of hits, ranging from his time in New Edition to the all-star trios L.S.G. (the late Gerald Levert and Keith Sweat) and Heads of State (Bobby Brown and Ralph Tresvant), it’s easy to see why Johnny Gill serves as the prototype for the supreme R&B singer.

 

Table sponsorship, individual gala and concert tickets are available. For more information, visit thecarver.org or call (210) 210-396-7471.

 

The Carver Development Board is a 501 (c) (3) organization whose mission is to undertake fundraising activities and to provide financial, programming and advisory support to the Carver Community Cultural Center.

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