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Brandy Sanders Presents Masquerade on the Water and Disco Ball 2012 Honoring Evelyn Champagne King

BRANDY SANDERS WITH THE “BLUE EYED SOUL DIVA”, THE LATE GREAT TINA MARIE. Brandy Sanders. Founder/Executive Director of The Kierrah Foundation for former foster girls and their children. Photo by Airic Lewis

Brandy Sanders’s “Masquerade on the Water” and “Disco Ball 2012 Honoring Evelyn Champagne King,” will shake and rattle your soul during Halloween! Both events will shine on, around, under, and through Halloween’s radar!

Each event will raise funds for Sanders’s non-profit, The Kierrah Foundation.  Sanders, the founder and Executive Director from May 2004 to present of this Los Angeles, California based non-profit said, “I started The Kierrah Foundation to help young women between the ages of 17 & 26 who have aged out of the foster care system without family or friends. I also help their children.”

One of the ways she helps is via events which incorporate both humanitarian and entertainment dynamics. Such is the reason for her Halloween season’s events.

Her “Masquerade on the Water” event, hosted by Dj Paradise, will be held on November 3, 2012 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm at the Queen Mary’s Britannia’s Salon and Deck at 1126 Queen’s Highway, Long Beach Ca, 90802.

“We are so excited about our upcoming event ‘Masquerade on the Water’ aboard the Queen Mary on Saturday, November 3,” exclaimed Brandy. “It’s going to be an enchanting evening with Red Carpet Arrival, Cocktail Reception, Fantasy Feast Gala Dinner and Mystique After Party. A-List Celebrity Guests such as the San Diego Chargers will be in the house. Come party under the stars with us at the Britannia Salon & Deck. All Aboard!” In addition Sanders’s Nu-School Youngsters, future superstar singers of her foundation, will also perform.

Prior to this she has her “Disco Ball 2012 Event,” which will be held on October 19, 2012 at The Normandie Casino, 1045 W Rosecrans Avenue, in Gardena Ca, 90247. It will honor the multi-Grammy winning songstress Evelyn Champagne King of “Shame” fame. This star studded event will start with a red carpet showcase at 7:00 pm, followed by a disco party, complete with a “Soul Train Line,” cash, raffle prizes and more.In fact, Sanders offered, “I got two free tickets to The Disco Ball. The first person to ‘Leave Me a Comment’ wins!! Who Wants Them?” This is Sanders at her best on Facebook, trying to give it away. All proceeds will benefit her Kierrah Foundation’s children.

In an attempt to raise awareness for these two events, Brandy Sanders and some of her teenaged Nu-School stable of really young but enormously talented singers and actors appeared on The Maurice Dwayne Smith Show on Sunday, October 14, 2012, at 5 Pm PST, in Hollywood, at The American Radio Network’s Studio to sing and make surprising announcements.

Tune in from Sunday till Wednesday, click on “live tv, “ and support Brandy and her Kierrah Foundation’s two upcoming events as her show—still on the air— will be both informative and promoting her Nu-School artists.

Brandy Sanders is no stranger to celebrities and the spotlight. She has known celebs and in fact, grew up with the famous songwriter and singer Brenda Lee Eager, of the #3 hit song and has performed with soul legend Jerry Butler of the “Ain’t Understanding Mellow” fame.  Sander’s late brother-in-law also co-wrote the smash Marvin Gaye hit, “I Want You.”   


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