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Background/Summary The Auntie Karen Foundation welcome you to our 14th Legends Of...Concert Series. In 2004, our inaugural event featured Roberta Flack in concert with special guest, The Capital City Chorale. In 2005, we presented Jazz Legend, Dianne Reeves with special guest, The Auntie Karen All Stars, South Carolina’s Finest Musical Talent. Patrons are still raving about Al Jarreau (2006) and Patti Austin (2007). In 2008, we welcomed The Joe Sample Trio and Take 6. While in 2009, we showcased funk Legend, George Duke and jazz vocalist, Rachelle Ferrell. 2010 brought us the singer/songwriter duo, Ashford & Simpson, while in 2011 we showcased 10 time Grammy Award winner, singer,songwriter, producer, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds. 2012 we welcomed two Grammy Award winning Legends: Ramsey Lewis, pianist and the return of vocalist, Patti Austin, 2013 sold out performance with Gladys Knight and in 2014 we presented “A Tribute to George Duke” featuring Kirk Whalum, Lalah Hathaway & Jonathan Butler. 2015 featured Chaka Khan, 2016 Al Jarreau with SC Philharmonic. Tonight we return to The Koger Center for the Arts in Columbia, SC, to present “A Tribute To Prince” featuring Morris Day and The Time & Sheila E.

Board of Directors

The Auntie Karen Foundation created the Legends of...Concert Series to pay tribute to the contributions African American music has made to history. Each year during Black History Month, the series profiles a jazz, rhythm and blues, gospel or blues artist who has made a lasting contribution to the history of music. In addition, we have extended our series to include “Legends of...In the Schools”. “Legends of...In the Schools” is a series of art events designed to salute African American Heritage. Events include: Folk Art, Quilting, Dance, Spoken Word, Written Word and Music. Through a partnership with Allen University, on the last Saturday in January 2018, we featured some of the best local and regional artists at no cost to the public.

For more info: Send an email to: Karen.Alexander@ auntiekaren.org

Karen Alexander, President Dr. Phyllis Sanders, Vice-President Melzina Cannon, Treasurer Gwen Jordan Linda Wilson Dr. Norma Jackson Tonight’s performance marks the 14th Legends of... Concert The Auntie Karen Foundation relies on community support from you to help us further our mission. We would kindly accept your tax deductible gifts .

There are many ways you can support The Auntie Karen Foundation:

Complete & mail sponsorship form and check to: Auntie Karen Foundation PO Box 602, Columbia, SC 29202 Give online: www.auntiekaren.org Cashme Ap: htps://cash.me/$auntiekarenfnd

On the cover: Prince Tribute Logo

Legends of... past artists: AL Jarreau (2016) Chaka Khan (2015) Kirk Whalum, Lalah Hathaway & Jonathan Butler (2014) Gladys Knight (2013) Pati Austin & Ramsey Lewis (2012) Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds (2011), Ashford & Simpson (2010) George Duke (2009), Rachelle Ferrell (2009), Joe Sample (2008), Take 6 (2008), Patti Austin (2007), Al Jarreau (2006), Dianne Reeves (2005), Roberta Flack (2004)

About Us

The Auntie Karen Foundation is a global, nonprofit, 501(c) 3 charitable corporation certified by the state of South Carolina on October 31, 2001. The foundation’s mission is to create and implement a series of replicable community outreach programs designed to empower, enlighten and educate through the arts.

Auntie Karen® Foundation

The Auntie Karen Foundation is a global, nonprofit, 501(c) 3 charitable corporation certified by the state of South Carolina on October 31, 2001. The foundation’s mission is to create and implement a series of reproducible community outreach programs designed to empower, enlighten and educate through the arts. Programs include: Annual Young Entrepreneur’s Conference For the 15th year, this innovative conference held on the campus of Benedict College has brought together youth (ages seven to twenty two) from across the region to foster economic empowerment. Each year, ten young entrepreneurs under the age of twenty five are featured. Auntie Karen’ s Place TV Pilot: Auntie Karen’s Place The Auntie Karen Foundation partnered with SC ETV and Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital to produce a 30-minute DVD that uses puppets and music to provide a simple way to explain life skills such as: health, emergency preparedness, jazz music and financial literary. The Foundation received a grant from the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Columbia and SC Competitive Grants program. Artpreneur/Technopreneur Classes The purpose of the Artpreneur/Technopreneur classes is to “inspire a new generation of business leaders through arts and technology”. Classes include: visual art, dance, creative cooking, guitar, bass, drums, keyboards, spoken word and etiquette. The Auntie Karen Foundation’s Artpreneur pilot program started in 2003. Hugs From Carolina The Auntie Karen Foundation partnered with Auntie Karen Inc. and City Light Inc. to create Hugs From Carolina. Hugs From Carolina, a division of Hugs Around The World, has Olivia The Octopus spreading hugs to the survivors of Hurricane Katrina. The program was launched in Biloxi, Mississippi on October 14, 2005. Children were given an adoption kit which included: an Olivia The Octopus Hand puppet and the book “Olivia Gave A Hug Today”. Once again, Olivia and City Light Inc. joined forces with a Hugs Campaign in Saluda, SC. Legends of...(A Salute to Black History) The Auntie Karen Foundation pays tribute to the contributions of African Americans with the Legends of...Programs. Each year, the celebration includes: Black History Program with The Columbia Museum of Art, The Legends of...Master Class with CSAM (Center for Southern African American Music at USC) and The Legends of...Concert & Silent Auction (Koger Center) Gordon’s Garden The Gordon’s Garden Program was created to teach kids about healthy living habits. Gordon, an original Auntie Karen character, is an overweight, purple Jamaican Yam. The Jamaican Yams are used to teach healthy living skills to youth via music, books and DVDs. The fear that Gordon’s weight and eating habits are putting him at risk for developing diabetes was the inspiration for the garden.

Auntie Karen’s character Olivia The Octopus is an International Jazz Diva. The Hugs Around The World campaign was created to have Olivia travel the world giving hugs. To date Olivia has traveled to Brazil, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Japan, Holland, Ghana and Nigeria.

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Purchase Today! Small Puppet: $ 19.99 Large Puppet: $ 29.99

Limited Special Edition Puppet Kit: $ 50.00 (Only 250 signed & numbered with cd) Hug Books: Olivia Gave A Hug Today $ 5.00 Gordon Handpuppets: $ 19.99

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2017 YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS TEAM 2017 Conference Planning Committee Karen Alexander President Diann Selph, Co-Chair, Recruitment & Registration Angelo McBride, Sponsorship Barbara Bowman, Sponsorship Bridget Bruce, Logistics Wendy Holmes Betty Etheredge, Graphics Toshia Addison, Volunteers Joan Mobley Belinda

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Toshia Addison Matthew Addison Kim Hicks Janiara Latimer Barbara Cheeseboro Youlandus Mitchell Benedict International Students: Special thanks to Dr. Norma Jackson Julius Mutetwa Nathnael Jula Juan David Valencia Hermela Gebremedhin Maria Tello Palacios Meriem Abdi Wubayehu Meheretu Maryclair Keke DDCP Communications & Lee Central Media Literacy Program Don Patterson, Coordinator Debbie Cherry Yvonne Brown

Auntie Karen Young Entrepreneurs Conference

In Memoriam

We dedicate this day to one of Auntie Karen Foundation family members: Photographer, Jaz Outen, (August 3, 1965 - February 3, 2017)!


THANK YOU!!!! Special Thanks!

Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis, Benedict College President Mr. Gerald H. Smalls, Benedict College Dean for School of Business & Economics Dr. Janeen P. Witty, Benedict College Vice President for Academic Affairs Mary Davis, Benedict College Melvin Miller, Benedict College Keia Askins, Benedict College Don Patterson, DDCP Communications & Lee Central Media Literacy Team Dante Lewis Langley Management Big T’s Barbecue Betty Graphix, LLC, Betty Etheredge

Media Sponsors Betty Etheredge Ricky Taylor

Deborah Woodard Memorial Danny & Dayna Woodard


BIG T’s Barbecue Langley Management, McDonalds (Elmwood Ave.)

CONFERENCE BAGS & BOTTLES City of Columbia OBO, Langley Management


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Auntie Karen Young Entrepreneurs Conference

Student Sponsors City of Columbia, Office of Business Development ID Newman United Methodist Church Lee Central School District

Auntie Karen Foundation – Artpreneurs at Auntie Karen’s Place Auntie Karen has partnered with 16 artists to provide a place where they can teach art skills to young children and teens. It has been proven that providing a safe haven for young children and teens keeps them occupied and gives them something to look forward to daily. Classes include: bass drums, creative cooking, dance, drums, guitar, keyboards, sewing, spoken word and visual arts. These classes will continue to inspire a new generation of business leaders through arts and technology. Please consider becoming a regular friend of the Auntie Karen Foundation. When you contribute to the Auntie Karen Foundation you will continue to help us to empower, enlighten, and educate kids throughout the state of South Carolina. We need your support to continue our work which began in 2003. No donation is too small. Will you help a child learn through the arts? Thank you! Give now: cash.me/$auntiekarenfnd

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January 27, 2018 - 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Exhibits The Auntie Karen Foundation The Auntie Karen Foundation will display information and the work of select artists directly affiliated with the organization.

Auntie Karen's Young Entrepreneurs, Community Visual Artists & Vendors Visual Artists Sheneka Jackson-Kinsey Lee Central High School Art Club John Daniel Moorer Irmo Middle School International Academic Magnet International Baccalaureate Visual Art Students from Irmo High School

Enjoy the Shoppes at Auntie Karen Place

1:00 1:20 1:40 1:50 2:05 2:25 2:35 2:45

PM Thomas Mosley African Drummer PM Kenndy Guyton PM Asia Jacobs,Singer/Dancer PM Jada Adams PM Irmo High School Choir PM Douglas Lofton " Tre " PM Allen University Dance South


Legends of... Master Class - February 15, 2018 Music Icon Sheila E will share her talent and lessons learned in a master class session. The classes are designed for Elementary to College Age Students. For additional information contact: Hope Jeffcoat at hmarae@gmail.com.

Columbia SC 63: Our Story Matters Images, artifacts, and testimony on display

Auntie Karen Young Entrepreneurs Showcase Courtland Thomas, Master of Ceremonies 11:00 11:15 11:25 11:35 11:45 11:50 12:10 12:25

VP William Robinson Allen University Olanunji Mosley Dance South Douglas Lofton III " Tre" Nicholas Rhodes Joletta Barnes ( JoJo) Shaun Adams ACT-SO Allen University

The Auntie Karen Foundation is a global, 501 c 3 charitable corporation certified by the state of South Carolina on October 31, 2001. The foundation’s mission is to create and implement a series of reproducible community outreach programs designed to empower, enlighten and educate through the arts. For more information visit: www. auntiekaren.org or call 803-748-7124.

13th Annual Legends Of...Concert Series & Silent Auction February 19, 2016, 8:00 PM, Koger Center, Columbia, SC www.capitoltickets.com or 803-251-2222

Proceeds to benefit The Auntie Karen Foundation

For more information contact:

Toshia Addison - (803) 210-5885 - toshiaaddison@gmail.com This event is free.

Auntie Karen PO Box 602 Columbia, SC 29202 Tel: 803-748-7124 Fax: 803-256-6971 Email: info@auntiekaren.org

Today is dedicated to the memories of Jacqueline Latimer and Auntie Karen Board Members: Deborah Woodard & Dr. Linda Rochelle Lane

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PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY'S VENDORS Organizations The Auntie Karen Foundation Allen University SC63 Our Story Matters ACT-SO Visual Artists Sheneka Jackson-Kinsey Lee County Central High School Art Club International Baccalaureate Visual Art Students from Irmo High School Young Entrepreneurs Tyra's Big World of Flavor (2017 YE of The Year) John Daniel Moorer (2015 YE of the Year) Asya's Organic Farm Sky's Starlite Creation Dance South Inc. Motley Nelson Photography " I Am Royalty" T-Shirt Company Douglas Lofton III (Tre) Entrepreneurs Audio Visual provided by: DDCP Communications, Don Patterson Pamela Cox, Mary Kay Platinum Pomegranate, Linda Wilson Auntie Karen Gordon's Garden Paparazzi Jewerly Aisha Uqdah Damien's Devine Desserts Abbegales Hand Made Jewerly T's Creations Your Way Construction

SC 63 Our Story Matters In January 2012, the mayors of seven southern cities agreed to a joint initiative marking the 50th anniversary of 1963 – the height of the American Civil Rights Movement. By gathering images, artifacts, and testimony, the mission of the Columbia SC 63 project is to ensure that a more accurate and expansive history becomes familiar to all. For more info visit: http://columbiasc63.com.


Auntie Karen Foundation Board Toshia Addison Allen University William Robinson Thomas Mosley Diann Selph Linda Wilson Bridget Bruce Lisa Macon Sarah Watson, Auntie Karen Foundation Karen Alexander, Auntie Karen Foundation

Auntie Karen Board Karen Alexander, President Dr. Phyllis Sanders, Vice-President Melzina Cannon, Treasurer Linda Wilson Gwen Jordan Dr. Norma Jackson Executive Committee Karen Alexander, President, Graphics Mildred Branch, Co-Chairperson Tre Tailor, Co-Chairperson Barbara Bowman, Preview Party Donald Wood, Public Relations Joan Mobley, Ticket Coordinator Linda Wilson, Reception Jackie Griffin, Auction Hope Jeffcoat, Master Class & Tickets Toshia Addison, Black History Program Betty A. Etheredge, Program Book Dr. Casey Goldston Giraudy, Volunteers Courtland Thomas, Social Media Media Team Tre Tailor, Media Production Karen Alexander, Graphics Betty Etheredge, Photographer, Graphics Willie Chiles, Photographer Lisa Macon, Photographer Ricky Taylor, Videographer DDCP Communications, Videographer Lee County School Media Literacy Team Pressmark Studios, Videographer Ashley Medbery Floyd, Graphics Byron Counts, Music Acecily Alexander, Social Media

Planning Committee Members Team Members Sarah B. Watson Debbie Cherry Irma Lowman Evelyn Williams Kim Hicks Bridget Bruce Irma Lowman Debbie Cherry Diane Selph Auction Committee Norma I. Blocker Precious Bryant Lorraine Mickle Wanda Crumlin Christina Miles Stan Cummings Paul Morton Renee Robison Auntie Karen Glam Squad Debora Lloyd, Stylist Tre Tailor, Stylist Cassandra Christie, Tailor Alaina Graham, Designer Richard Sims, Hair & Makeup The Ivory Tower (Master Class)

A Tribute to Prince..... featuring Morris Day and The Time & Sheila E

Prince Rogers Nelson (June 7, 1958 – April 21, 2016)

was an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and record producer. Prince was a musical innovator who was known for his eclectic work, flamboyant stage presence, extravagant dress and makeup, and wide vocal range. His music integrated a wide variety of styles, including funk, rock, R&B, new wave, soul, psychedelia, and pop. He has sold over 100 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling music artists of all time. He won eight Grammy Awards, six American Music Awards, a Golden Globe Award, and an Academy Award for the film Purple Rain.He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004.

Morris Day & The Time With his dynamic dancing and smooth yet gutsy vocals, Morris Day played an essential role in the development of the Twin City dance/ club sound of the 1980s. A founding member of Prince’s band, the Time, he remained with the group from 1981 until 1984, when he launched his solo career. Returning again in 1988, he also performed and recorded with the Time from 1990 until 1991 and then after 1995. Day’s involvement with Prince traces back to 1980, when his composition “Partyup” (originally recorded when he was a member of the Enterprise), was covered on Prince’s Dirty Mind album. Releasing his debut solo album, Color of Success, in 1985, Day reached his apex with his second solo album, Daydreaming, two years later. Produced by ex-Time members Terry Lewis and Jimmy Jam, the album included the chart-topping R&B tune “Fishnet.” Day released his third solo album, Guaranteed, in 1992. After Guaranteed, Day toured occasionally without any new product. He finally returned to recording in 2004 with It’s About Time, a mostly live album with a few new studio cuts, one including a guest appearance by rapper E-40. Day has also appeared in several films and television shows.

Sheila E During the mid-’80s, Sheila E. was the biggest and brightest of Prince’s protégées, unique in seeming that she could stand toe to toe with the Purple One. Certainly during his post-Revolution tours of the late ‘80s, Prince showcased Sheila E., the culmination of an association that began when Prince wrote and co-produced her 1984 breakthrough, “The Glamorous Life,” and duetted on “A Love Bizarre,” the 1985 follow-up that was her second-biggest hit. This close association often framed Sheila E.’s career entirely in terms of Prince, but she was a successful musician prior to entering his orbit, recording with George Duke and touring with Marvin Gaye, and she worked steadily afterward, touring with the likes of Ringo Starr and recording her own albums. As the daughter of legendary jazz percussionist Pete Escovedo, Sheila E. -- born Sheila Cecelia Escovedo on December 12, 1957 -- was born into a musical family that also included her uncle Alejandro Escovedo. Sheila E. began her professional career just prior to her 20th birthday, playing percussion on 1976 albums by Alphonso Johnson (Yesterday’s Dreams) and Merl Saunders (You Can Leave Your Hat On) and her father’s 1977 session, Solo Two. She joined George Duke’s band in 1977 and moonlighted on sessions by Con Funk Shun, the Rowans, and Herbie Hancock. During the early ‘80s, she continued to play studio sessions, then landed a spot in Marvin Gaye’s touring band in 1983. Morris Day Biography by Craig Harris Sheila E Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Welcome & Acknowledgements Auntie Karen Presentation

Karen Alexander, Auntie Karen Foundation Tre Tailor, Auntie Karen Foundation “All You Need Is Love” Ricky Taylor, Producer & Director Shaun Adams, Co-Producer featuring Auntie Karen All Stars: Anisha Princess Green - Vocalist Hope Jeffcoat - Vocalist Dr. Craig Witherspoon, Saxophonist “Every Black Girl” Jada “Beats” Adams, Kennedy Guyton and Jojo Barnes Music Coordinators:Terence Young & Tre’ Tailor

Introduction of Sheila E

Chris Connors / Dee Dee Renee WWDM 101.3 FM


Sheila E

Intermisssion Please support The Auntie Karen Foundation Silent Auction in the lobby!

Give Aways Introduction of Morris Day & The Time Performance

Doug Williams / Johnny Greene Kiss 103.1 FM

Morris Day & The Time

Tonight we also remember John Blackwell, Jaz Outen & Skipp Pearson

Jada Adams “Jada Beatz”

Jada Adams is a 14-year-old freshman currently attending Ridge View High School where she is involved in the scholars & business magnet program. Jada loves playing basketball, singing, writing poetry and writing music. Jada is a member of the group Every Black Girl. You can find her latest single on iTunes entitled, “Every Black Girl”. You can follow Jada on Instagram @JadaBeatzAfter high school Anisha plans to attend college and major in vocal studies and performing arts.

Joletta Barnes “JoJo”

Joletta Barnes is a 16-year-old high school junior. She loves playing basketball and singing. Joletta is very friendly and loves spending time with friends. In her spare time, she enjoys making music in the group she is a member of, “Every Black Girl.” Joletta has a single on iTunes entitled, “Dream”. You can follow Jojo on Instagram @official_joletta

Kennedy Guyton “Kennedy”

Kennedy Guyton is a 15 year old high school freshman . Kennedy’s hobbies include songwriting, modeling and swimming. Kennedy also enjoys singing. You can find Kennedy’s latest single on iTunes entitled, “Rise Up”. You can also find her single “Soar” on iTunes as well. You can follow Kennedy on Instagram @itstheoriginalkay

Zion Campbell - Guitarist Zion Campbell is extremely proud to have the opportunity to perform in the showcase at the Young Entrepreneurs Conference sponsored by the Auntie Karen Foundation. Zion lives in Columbia, SC with his family and attends Dutch Fork Middle School. He is in the eighth grade, and his favorite subjects are English and Music. Zion began playing the guitar at the age of ten years old and began to take formal lessons at the age of eleven at Freeway Music under the instruction of AJ Lang. He has performed at local venues throughout the Columbia area including the Eau Claire Unity Festival and Okra Strut with, well known guitarist, Terrence Young. He was also one of the featured artists at the 2017 Unity festival. He has also performed at the Music Farm with Freeway Music School. Zion is also a skilled drummer and has played under the instruction of Tony Lee at Freeway Music School. Zion is grateful to God for blessing him with the gift of music. Zion is also thankful to his mom, dad, brothers Nicholas, Michael, Matthew and grandparents for their love and support. He is also grateful to his mentor Terence Young for his guidance, support, the opportunity provided to perform and grow professionally.

Motley Nelson- Drummer

Motley Nelson is a 12-year old 6th grader at Francis Mack Intermediate School in Gaston, SC. Motley became interested in drums at church and began playing when he was only 1 year old! By the age of 8, Motley began training under the tutelage of percussionist Timothy “Slice” Williams, who chose him to be featured in the promotional video for his drumline institute. Since then, Motley has performed on WACH Fox 57’s Good Day Columbia, won first place playing drums in his school talent show and was featured on WLTX spotlighting his own photography business, Motley’s Photography. Motley is also a soccer player at SUSC Sandhills United Soccer Club in Swansea, SC where he’s been playing for 7 years.

Frederick Kennedy - Keyboartist

Anisha Princess Green

Anisha Princess Green goes by “Neet, is the daughter of Donnie and Paula Wise. She was born in Charlotte, NC on November 4, 1997. She has a deep passion for singing and has been singing since the age of 2. Anisha is currently a senior at Hartsville High School where she is in the Arts/Magnet Program. She is a Leader of the HHS school choir, Captain of the HHS Orchestra, where she plays the viola by note and by air. Anisha attends Coker College participating in the Pulse Program and second year in the music program. She is very involved in community activities and volunteers at nursing homes and disability centers. For fun she enjoys swimming, play station games, watching TV, shopping, skating and bowling. Anisha loves all musical genres, she especially likes classical, Broadway, and old school music. Anisha has a deep love for animals. Anisha enjoys singing in front of a crowd and is not shy when it comes to performing. Some of her achievements and performance includes: 2015 Baton Award for Orchestra, 2015 Winner Westpoint Award for JROTC, 2015 Top Finalist for Carolina Has Talent, she has open the Annual Freedom Fundraiser featuring Jerry Butler, Pecan Festival, in Florence, SC, Hartsville NAACP Freedom Fund Celebration with the Drifters and the list goes on and on. Anisha has also performed at various churches, pageants and many other events. After high school Anisha plans to attend college and major in vocal studies and performing arts. Hope M. Jeffcoat Hope M. Jeffcoat is a 43 year old Information Technology Professional who has been working in the IT field since 1998. She received her undergraduate degree from Georgia Southern University in Management Information Systems in 1997.She obtained her master’s degree in information technology management and business administration management from Webster University in 2008 and 2011 respectively. Hope currently holds the positions of Data Specialist and District Test Coordinator for Lexington School District 4 in Swansea South Carolina. She was born and raised in Gaston, South Carolina which she currently resides. Hope has been singing since she was a child and she loves music of all types. She also enjoys mentoring and helping children. Hope has been a member of the Auntie Karen Foundation’s Executive Committee since 2009 and she currently serves as the Master Class Coordinator. Her favorite quote is: “If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.” Dr. Craig Witherspoon Dr. Craig Witherspoon began his duties as superintendent of Richland County School District One on March 23, 2015. Richland One serves more than 24,000 students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade at 52 schools and centers in Columbia, South Carolina. Prior to joining Richland One, Dr. Witherspoon was the superintendent of Birmingham City Schools in Birmingham, Alabama and Edgecombe County Public Schools in Tarboro, North Carolina. He received his undergraduate degree from Virginia Commonwealth University, his master’s degree from Old Dominion University and his education specialist and doctorate degrees in education administration from The George Washington University. He has been an educational practitioner for over 27 years. His professional experiences include being an instrumental music teacher, a middle and high school principal, an instructional improvement officer and a superintendent, working in urban, suburban and rural settings in Virginia, North Carolina and Alabama

Tre’ Tailor Tre Tailor is an award winning Radio/TV Personality and Voice Over / Jingle Artist who has graced the airwaves in 3 states, 7 cities and can currently be heard on Glory Communications 3 station radio cluster in Columbia and St Stephens, SC and Lincolnton GA. Recently Tre’ launched the Relax, It’s ok 2b Series, which utilizes audio/video blogs, articles, seminars and workshops to help teens and singles of all ages, races, genders and religions have the love and life they desire and deserve.

Terence Young Terence Young has earned the reputation of one of the most talented and electrifying Lead Guitarist in the world. He has released 10 cds to date, ranging from Smooth Jazz and R&B, to gospel, Christmas, instrumental rock, and his original guitar compositions. A native of Elko, SC, Terence Young now resides in Columbia SC where he manages The FINESSE BAND (TheFinesseBand.com), one of the top party bands in the Southeast, while still producing and performing his Jazz Concerts Nationwide. These shows are known as THE TERENCE YOUNG EXPERIENCE... Entertaining and electrifying are just two words Terence’s fans use to describe his shows. Be sure to catch The Terence Young Experience the next time he is in your area. You don’t want to miss it! Darius Starks Saxophonist Darius Marcell Starks is a native of Irmo, South Carolina. He’s an alumnus of Dutch Fork High School, Class of 2012. He’s also a 2016 Cum Laude Alumnus of Newberry College, obtaining a conferred B.A. degree in Music with a minor in Jazz Studies. Darius developed his love and passion for music at an early age by the inspiration of his mother, Mrs. Artena Starks -Pianist & Choir Director. Throughout Darius’ musical tenure, he’s earned various awards and recognitions including The Most Valuable Player with the Newberry College Big Band and The Outstanding Soloist Award, to name a few. Darius is a fresh, young artist with aspirations of taking his music worldwide. With 12 plus years of Saxophone experience and counting, Darius’ musical talents will be around for years to come.

14 Years of Showcasing Great South Carolina Talent 2004

Capitol City Chorale & Vibrations Dance


All Star Band - Cheri Maree, Edris Deago, Eric Glenn, Jeff Elmore, Rico Tyler, Roland Haynes, Sam Jenkins, Skipp Pearson & Terence Young


Cheri Maree, Eric Glenn, Jeff Elmore, Antoine Miles, Sam Jenkins, Philip Whack & Terence Young


Cheri Maree, Eric Glenn, Jeff Elmore, Rico Tyler, Sam Jenkins, Philip Whack, Terence Young & Edris Deago


Debra Bailey, Michael Benson, Ken Cheels, Terence Young, Tyrone Mack, Edris Deago & Terrainio McKee Cunningham


Terence Young, Collette Blakeney, Nick Brewer, Joe Jackson, Byron Counts, Jeremy Roberson, James Adams & Guy Johnson


Terence Young, Regina Skeeters, Fred Burrell, Reggie Sullivan, Byron Counts, Don Russo & Dante Lewis


Terence Young, Shameka Dwight, Tim Smalls, Superior Edwards, Rod King, John Hobbs & Jesse “JJ” Hinnant


Terence Young, Jenna McSwain, Reggie Sullivan, Jermaine Jackson, Roderick Thomas & Chris Andrews


Terence Young, Byron Counts, Sam Jenkins, Tre Tailor, Patti Harris, Herschell Clark, Karen Alexander & Fred Burrell


Terence Young, Karen Thompson, G. John Martin, Mike Stone, Nigel Blanding, Stot Juru, Tristan Cills


Terence Young, Arlington Akers, Hank Bilal, Micah Blanding, Clyde Frazier, Lasell WIlliams, Maya Neiada, J. Michael Peeples


All Youth All Star Band: Terence Young (MD), Jadon Shy, Joi Roberson, Chyna Young, Djuan Diggs, Byron Counts, Jr., Paul Jones, III, Joseph Duncan, Tiitus Jackson


Unity Performance featuring Auntie Karen All Stars: Anissa Greene, Hope Jeffcoat, Dr. Craig Witherspoon “Every Black Girl” Jada “Beats” Adams, Kennedy Guyton and Jojo Barnes


Richland County Council

District 6: Greg Pearce District 7: Gwendolyn Kennedy District 8: Jim Manning District 9: Calvin “Chip� Jackson District 10: Dalhi Myers District 11: Norman Jackson






District 3: Yvonne McBride District 4: Paul Livingston District 5: Seth Rose


District 1: Bill Malinowski, Vice Chair District 2: Joyce Dickerson, Chair



2018 Richland County Councilmembers


is a proud supporter of the Auntie Karen Foundation! CARO


Richland County Council typically meets the first and third Tuesday of the month at Council Chambers, located at the County Administration Building, 2020 Hampton St., Columbia. Meetings are open to the public and are broadcast live on RCTV and online at rcgov.us. For more information, visit rcgov.us.

Bernstein University of South Carolina School of Music presents


A Theatre Piece for Singers, Players and Dancers MASS brings profound messages of peace and unity

March 2 & 3, 7:30 and March 4, 3:00 Koger Center for the Arts South Carolina Premiere The USC School of Music celebrates the centenary of Leonard Bernstein’s birth with his monumental theatre work – one of the most profound stage works ever created in English and an iconic piece of Americana. The epic stage production includes two orchestras, a rock band, a blues band, choirs, singers, dancers and actors, and features as the Celebrant, tenor KEVIN VORTMANN, who has performed the role to critical praise with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Sung in English, Latin and Hebrew.

More info and tickets at sc.edu/music/Bernstein-Mass By arrangement with Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., Sole Agent for Leonard Bernstein Music Publishing Company LLC, publisher and copyright owner.

Langley Management supports the Auntie Karen Foundation

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On your 2018 Legends Concert ROSA F. DEVLIN, OWNER & DESIGNER 1303 ELMWOOD AVE COLUMBIA, SC 29201 (803) 933-9744

I’m happy to be a sponsor of the Auntie Karen Foundation!

Best wishes,

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Richland County Government | Administration 2020 Hampton Street | Columbia, SC 29204

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Thank You, Sarah Watson

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We Love You, Sarah!!!

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Congratulations to the Auntie Karen Foundation on Legends of 2018! City Councilman Ed McDowell


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Hampton Inn

922 Gervais Street Columbia, SC 29201 803-231-2000

The Inn at USC Wyndham Gardens Hotel 1619 Pendleton Street Columbia, SC 29201 803-779-7779

Marchee’s Devine Creations 803-509-3811

Marriott Hotel

1200 Hampton Street Columbia, SC 29201 803-771-7000

Staybridge Suites Hotel

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“A Tribute To Prince” featuring Morris Day & The Time & Sheila E in Concert February 16, 2018 Koger Center How did you hear about us? Please indicate name  Radio ______________  Television ____________________  Newspaper __________________  Email/Web___________________  Person_______________________  Billboard_____________________ Hospitality Before concert Restaurant____________ After concert Restaurant _____________ Average cost _______

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Concert Data Legends Attendance  2004  2005  2006  2007  2008  2009  2010  2011  2012  2013  2014  2015  2016

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