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Saturday, April 9, 2011

B.N.E Concert Press Release by BCC: "Bergen Students Collaborate with West Coast Musicians". A Big Thank You to Everyone Involved Period! #Honored

Spend an evening enjoying the music of local homegrown musicians and performers.

Bergen Community College’s Black Student Union, in association with the Student Activities Board, is hosting a concert on Thursday, April 7, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in the Gymnasium on the College’s main campus in Paramus. Performers include Bergen student and singer David Lomax, local funk-band Isaac’s Horizon, the College’s Dance Club, and Beautiful Noize Entertainment, a California-based record label comprised of R&B artists and emcees.

David Lomax, of Hackensack, is a singer, songwriter and musician. His music features a unique blend of various styles including hip-hop, rock, pop, classical and R&B. Mr. Lomax will release his first album “Words Not Spoken” on April 20, 2011. Last year, he was the opening act for Earth, Wind and Fire at the Bergen Performing Arts Center. He also has performed at Carnegie Hall.

Isaac’s Horizon, comprised of Bergen music students, is a funk band based in Bergen County. They have performed throughout the area including venues in Manhattan, Queens, Coney Island and Asbury Park.

The College’s Dance Club features 30 students, specializing in performance and choreography. Dance styles range from ballet, theater dance, jazz, yoga, flamenco, ballroom and hip-hop. The Dance Club has performed at other College events including Black History Month and Women’s History Month celebrations as well at Hackensack University Medical Center’s “Tomorrow’s Children Pediatric Oncology Unit.”

Beautiful Noize Entertainment (BNE) features several artists including Artis, Big Tone, LazaJuan, Madison Kaine, Ming and Q. BNE’s mission is to entertain audiences by performing songs that emphasize important societal messages to uplift communities and encourage change in the world.

Tickets are $7 for general admission and $5 for Bergen students, and can be picked up at the College’s Student Life Office, Room A-115 , on the main campus in Paramus. Tickets also will be sold at the door on the night of the concert.

Bergen Community College ( based in Paramus is a public two-year coeducational college, enrolling nearly 17,000 students at locations in Paramus, the Philip J. Ciarco Jr. Learning Center in Hackensack and Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands in Lyndhurst. The College offers associate degree, certificate and continuing education programs in a variety of fields.

The show was great, we had a blast from the day we landed; to the promo at BCC on Wednesday April 6th, 2011, the performance night on April 7th, 2011 to the next evening we left back to CA on April 8th, 2011! Shout outs to the entire Black Student Union (BSU) for welcoming, promoting and featuring us as the feature presentation of the BSU Concert, the Student Activities Board (SAB) for their involvement, aid and hospitality, all the opening act performers, Isaac's Horizon, David Lomax, BrandNewJersey, the BCC Dance Club we loved your performances, you all are talented and we will continue to stay in contact most definitely, was great meeting you.

Shout outs to the amazing hosts Amjay Jimenez and Agusto Suarez, your energy, delivery and performance was great! Thank you for a great introduction and ending, you did your thing. Special Shout outs to our Director of Publicity Perpetua Romain, this would not have happened without you! We are deeply appreciative and we all thank you for setting this up so we can display our talent. We hope we made you proud and met your expectations. #PR and #PR literally!

Lastly, thank you to anyone else that had a hand in the budgeting to bring us across the county from CA to NJ, taking care of our travels, hotel services, catering, promotions around campus, press, performing and letting us interact with the students freely on campus. We hope we inspired some of students as well as encouraged some to follow his or her dreams, to be active and remain productive at all times. Life is what you make it, so never stop pursuing your dreams and goals ever. Looking forward, we will definitely love to return and perform again in the near future and make the event even bigger! We thank you so much for having us and thank you to all the students at BCC, our supporters, family, friends, fans, and new fans that came out to support and enjoyed the show. We love you and our movement wouldn't be as strong as it is without your support. Thanks a Million! (BNE)

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