Stardom Entertainment teamed together with Travel Pack Music to present “Good Music Days, 60s & 70s” showcasing two local talents, Moses Snow and Gray Skool, to perform some of the best music tribute songs from the 60s to the 70s era.
“Good Music Days, 60s & 70s” includes an Internationally Elvis Tribute Artist, Victor Trevino, Jr. and Gray Skool, a Motown Group.
Gray Skool, a 3-vocalist band formerly Jus 4 U, is an old school RnB group performing the best of that Motown sound from the 70s. Lead singer, Alanda Williams, performed with the Nationally known group, The Coasters in the 70s.
Victor Trevino, Jr. is a renowned, award-winning Elvis Presley Tribute Artist who specializes in rockabilly 50’s and 60s & movie genres recreating the King’s younger years. His authentic rawness takes fans, both young and young at heart, back to their teenage years.
“Good Music Days, 60s & 70s” is a fundraiser supporting the United Way through non-profit organization Red Warriors Elite Basketball Mentorship Program. The Red Warriors Elite Basketball started in 2000 and is a non-profit organization for Garland, Mesquite and Rowlett area student athletes.
Come hear the rocking sounds of Elvis Presley and the smooth sound of Motown and support two wonderful organizations.