Friends of Hue Foundation Fall Benefit Concert

rnrnnnrnrnThời Gian rn18 tháng 9 · 6:30 chiều – 9:30 chiềurnĐịa Điểm Theatre on San Pedrorn29 North San Pedro StreetrnSan Jose, CArnĐược tạo bởi rnRichard TranrnThông tin thêm The Friends of Hue Foundation cordially invites you to our 1st Annual Benefit Concert taking place Saturday, September 18, 2010 at the Theater on San Pedro in Downtown San Jose!rnrn*ONLY 150 tickets for salern*ALL proceeds go to our children’s orphanage in Vietnamrn*5 AMAZING artists and a fashion showrn*Raffles and more!rnrnEvening hosted by Betty Duong with performances by:rnrnDavid Tran aka “Applesauce” (Orange County) is a singer and songwriter on the guitar. Originally from New York, David now resides in Southern California, where he performs at various community events, benefit concerts, and open mics. David has performed from coast to coast and more recently has been featured on the “Kristina Sa Show,” which is on SBTN television.rnhttp://www.youtube.com/theworldofapplesaucernrnDavis Truong (Los Angeles) started playing the guitar during his junior year of high school. As he improved on his guitar-playing skills, he then decided to make up his own rhythms and started writing his own songs. His songs are based mainly on what he is feeling at the time and he will write songs at random times. To Davis, nothing feels better than a finished song and the joy that people will have when they hear it. Today, Davis also doubles as a college student. Davis has been a featured performer spanning across the United States, performing with the Georgia UVSA at the University of Georgia, UCLA, and UC Riverside to name a few.rnhttp://www.youtube.com/DavisTruongMusicrnrnDong Thaornhttp://www.dongthaomusic.com/rnrnLily Tran (San Jose) is a singer and songwriter currently residing in Silicon Valley, California. Lily’s musical influences are in jazz, Latin, R&B, and lounge. She has been singing and performing on stage ever since the age of four. Her musical upbringing was influenced by her mother, a guitarist/singer, and her father, a guitarist and saxophone musician. She has a strong interest in philosophy, art, leadership, business entrepreneurship, music, and charity. rnhttp://www.youtube.com/soulfullilyrnrnRich Tran (San Jose) is a California rapper and social activist rising from poverty and social injustice. Rich uses his voice to create awareness for social issues, hoping to make a positive impact on the world. He also raps about life experiences ranging from topics such as love and loss. He has stepped on stages from Atlanta to Boise, Idaho. Along with his musical success, Rich Tran is known for his non-profit involvement with the Friends of Hue Foundation. rnhttp://www.richtran.com/rnrnfeaturing fashion design by:rnrnDebbie Nghiem is known for her avant garde and fusion of styles in her design. Prior to design and fashion, she has worked as a worldwide purchasing/logistic planner in several high tech companies including JDSU, Schlumberger and LTX. Additionally, she worked as an account executive at Network PCB in marketing, contract negotiations, and manufacturing. In 2008-2009, she involved in business fashion as an exclusive account representative in Vietnam for Sourcing Magic. This experience helped her to learn more about the fashion industry and to pursue her dreamed career.rnhttp://ggconnections.com/rnrn&rnrnUyen NguyenrnMending Communities InitiativernFriends of Hue FoundationrnrnTICKETSrn$20 Studentsrn$35 General Admissionrn$50 VIPrn*All proceeds go to support over 30 orphans in Vietnam!rnrnFor tickets please call Richard @ (408) 391-2882rnTickets will be personally delivered for this intimate benefit eventrnrnrnCheck us out at http://www.friendsofhue.org/rnrnnnrnrn

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