ATL Live on the Park kicked off their 8th season with a Motown Records takeover featuring performances by their chart-topping artist Kevin Ross and British musician Angel, who is also signed to the long-running label. Singer, songwriter and guitarist Kameron Corvet also shared the stage with a soul-baring performance. Setting the stage for an unmissable 8th season, ATL Live on the Park’s opening night upheld the standard and reputation as one of Atlanta’s best live music experiences. The April edition of ATL Live on the Park was sponsored by long-standing partners Gentleman Jack, Majic 107.5, ChooseATL and Motown Records.

Season 8 kicked-off with everyone’s favorite morning show host, Ed Lover welcoming everyone back. Immediately following, guests enjoyed live performance by house band and DJ, Quinn and Jukebox and DJ E-Clazz. Kameron Corvet graced the stage with an acoustic set, followed by a performance by Angel, who performed his newest single “Hi Grade”, a dedication to his Carribbean to roots. “Long Song Away” artist Kevin Ross closed the evening with a full performance featuring a mixture of originals and covers. In closing, Damion Hall aka Crazy Legs, one-third member of the new jack swing group Guy, announced the groups upcoming reunion performance in the upcoming weeks.

Key notables in attendance included Will Packer (American Film Producer), TC Carson (actor, Living Single), Terayle Hill (actor, BET’s The Quad), Johnta Austin (singer and songwriter), DJ Trauma (Dave Chappelle’s Tour DJ), Cannon Kent (Atlantic Records), Keinon Johnson (Interscope Records), Troy Taylor, Andre Dickerson (Atlanta City Council), Rod Gardner (Former NFL Player), Damion Hall (R&B group, Guy), and Loren Lotts (American Idol).

ATL Live on the Park returns Tuesday, May 9, 2017 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Atlanta Jazz Festival. For more information, please visit: www.atlliveonthepark.com.

Photo credit: Prince Williams of ATLPics.net

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