Venue Address (Get Directions)Roxbury Community College Mainstage Theater
Date and Time
Thursday, April 5th, 2012 at 7:00pm
FREE and OPEN to the Public. Featuring live performances unveiling for the first time songs from the “What is Beautiful Never Dies” music project in celebration of the power of the arts to heal and build community.
Featuring musical performances by:
Dre Robinson, Dl, Letia Larok, BR, Lyrical,
Mann Terror, Prolyphic, The Foundation Movement,
Joey Benjamins, Deon Mose, Bay Holla, 2Face Dejavu, Mwalim DaPhunkee Professor, J Hoard and The Green House People and more
Spoken word by Reflect and Strengthen
We have paired 12 families with recording artists who have spent the past month working with the mothers and siblings to write and record 12 tracks for the album.
There are many messages and lessons in the lives that have been extinguished throughout our inner cities.
The goal of “What is Beautiful Never Dies” is to seek out the message given to us by those we have lost as well as produce solutions that can be said to inform and ultimately save the next generation. Our music is our life-line, no different than the rhythms of a heartbeat that keeps us alive. It is an ongoing harmony in the human thread of all we do. Our music has helped and healed our community and it must do so again.