An immensely talented vocalist able to sing new jack swing tunes or old-time soul ballads with equal skill, Alyson Williams has pushed 7 songs to Billboards top R&B and Hip-hop charts including her Billboards Top 5 singles: Just Call My Name, Sleep Talk, and I Need Your Lovin.
DC Native, who has spent time learning from DC music legends including the late Chuck Brown. Sirius has dedicated his life to music through his vocals and abilities to play multiple instrument including the electric guitar.
Covenant House Washington (CHW) is the Washington, D.C. affiliate of Covenant House International, the nation’s largest privately funded nonprofit organization responding to the needs of young people who suffer from homelessness, abuse and neglect.
This unforgettable evening celebrates the important work and mission of Covenant House Washington and kicks off with a festive cocktail buffet reception followed by an energetic show featuring incredible performances of show tunes we all know and love. An “After Party” with the cast of Broadway Stars rounds out the evening.
This sensational show is hosted by renowned composer and lyricist Neil Berg, whose credits include The Prince and The Pauper, Grumpy Old Men and 100 Years of Broadway. The show will feature a full review of performances by some of Broadway‘s biggest stars.
This amazing extravaganza celebrates the work of Covenant House Washington, the largest housing provider serving homeless, abused, and trafficked youth between the ages of 18 and 24 within the national capital region. This one of a kind event will raise funds to ensure that Covenant House Washington continues its mission of protecting and safeguarding homeless young people.
As part of Covenant House International, the largest privately funded agency in the Americas serving homeless, runaway, and at-risk young people, Covenant House Washington (CHW) serves struggling young people throughout the national capital region and beyond.
Covenant House Washington’s vision is three-fold: to protect young people from the streets and from dangerous living situations; to enhance their lives through substantial services and support so that they may transition to adulthood successfully; and to advocate with them and on their behalf, when necessary, so that future generations of children, teenagers and young adults do not face the same crippling challenges as today’s struggling young people face.
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