St. Louis, Mo (PRWEB) April 23, 2013
The Vatterott Voice Concert series begins a thirteen-campus tour on April 25 at the extreme Institute campus, 800 N. 3rd street in St. Louis, Mo. Grammy Award-winning rapper Murphy Lee headlines this outdoor concert along with other musical talents. This complimentary concert is open to Vatterott students and members of the general public who are over 18-years-old.
The 4-hour concert begins at 4:00 p.m. The line-up of performances opens with the four winners of the extreme Institute talent contest and appearances from DJ Sno, Christina J, Aloha, Seviin Li, Tef Poe, Fresco Kane and concludes with St. Louis rapper, Murphy Lee. Twelve additional concerts are scheduled in St. Louis, Memphis, Kansas City, Cleveland, Omaha, Oklahoma City, Joplin and Wichita.
Our students work hard and this concert series is a way for us to show them our appreciation, said Pam Bell, CEO and President of Vatterott Educational Centers Inc. To have such impressive talent headline these concerts is a great honor and we are excited to offer so many of our students the opportunity to experience great performances.
The music lineup for the concert features a diverse group of performing artists representing musi c genres like rap, R&B and more.
Murphy Lee is a well known member of the hip-hop group St. Lunatics. Lee is a national-recording artist and the Chief Executive of his recording label U C Me Entertainment. Lee released his platinum-selling album Murphys Law in 2003.
Fresco Kane, originally from East St. Louis, is an up and coming musician. Recently signed with Jermaine Dupri and Epic Records, Fresco is working his way towards performing on a bigger platform.
St. Louis breakout artist, Tef Poe has opened for Lupe Fiasco and Big Boi, and performed alongside Common. XXL Magazine highlighted Tef Poe in March, describing him as, A Midwestern Nas with a pinch of Kanye, Eminem, 2pac and Ice Cube.
Seviin Li is a singer, actress, songwriter, and the host of Seviin @ 7, a live webcast on http://www.eibynelly.com. She collaborated with Murphy Lee on his album Murphys Law and on his hit single Age of 21. She was also recognized as best Soloist of the Year by the Midwest Conference of Christian Artists (MCCA).
Top 20 finalist of American Idol Season 4 Aloha Misho (aka Aloha Mischeaux) adds her talent in the music lineup, with a voice that is often compared to Beyonc