[OutVoice] RJO Welcomes Jenna Drey! Ari at Lincoln Center! Liz at Living Room! Brian in Twin Cities!

RJOrich13 at aol.com RJOrich13 at aol.com
Tue Jun 20 13:31:07 EDT 2006

Hey Y'All!

Well its pride month so that means a lot of traveling for RJO.   With 
Houston, Asbury Park, Sacramento, Louisville already behind us, do not miss these 
upcoming shows THIS week!

This Wednesday June 21st at 730pm.   Lincoln Center NYC Outdoors (Josie 
Robertson Plaza) presents Ari Gold and Martha Wash.   www.arigold.com   This is 
Ari's only full NYC Pride show so do not miss it - his set includes NEW material 
from the upcoming album and appearances by Billy Porter and Kendra Ross!

This Friday, June 23rd do not miss this special performance by Liz Clark at 
The Living Room in NYC.   Liz is on at 7pm SHARP so come right after work and 
start the weekend off right with some great music (and have a couple cocktails 
while you are at it).   The Living Room is located at 154 Ludlow Street NYC.   

This Saturday, June 24th Brian will be performing at Twin Cities Pride 
Festival in Minneapolis.   Do not miss it....other performers include Crystal Waters 
and Kendra Ross.   Brian will also be appearing in the NYC Pride Parade on 
June 25th and he is preparing for his debut at Hamburg Germany Pride in August!  

The anticipation is over....RJO welcomes Dance Diva Jenna Drey to the roster. 
  You may know Jenna from her two Billboard Dance Hits, "Killin' Me" and "Why 
Should I Believe You."   Jenna also won VH-1's Save The Music Song Of The 
Year.   Jenna's NEW album "One Step Further" is coming soon!   Look out for the 
first single "By The Way"   hitting the clubs everywhere in the upcoming weeks. 
   Check out www.jennadrey to check out Jenna's video for "Why Should I 
Believe You."   Don't miss Jenna at Chicago Pride this upcoming weekend!   

Vote for Ari Gold's Love Will Take Over Video on LOGO's The Click List!   You 
can vote here at this link:   

Our thoughts are with Kevin Aviance

Many people have been asking about how they can help out extraordinary artist 
Kevin Aviance, who was recently the victim of a hate crime.  Here's the url 
for more info: www.kevinavianceworld.com. 



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