Evansville Native Brings Home At 2019 “Oldies Soldier’s Love Jam” Concert From L.A. To Benefit Deaconess Cancer Services
Evansville, IN – Verdiana Brodie, an Evansville native now making it big in the music industry in Los Angeles, CA, is in town this week on a press junket to promote an event that is very close to her heart.
This will be the first time Verdiana, a graduate of Central High School in Evansville, is coming back to her home town to raise money for the Evansville community. Brodie said, “After seven successful years holding this charitable event to benefit cities all over the U.S., I wanted to give back to the town that I grew up in and where so many of my loved ones still live today.”
For the past 7 years, Brodies’ LadiVee’s Entertainment and Rjai’s Productions have hosted fundraising events and concerts for local communities. This year their event will be held at Old National Events Plaza on September 21, 2019. A portion of each ticket sold will be donated to the Deaconess Cancer Services, to help support individuals affected by cancer.
Hosted by Evansville’s own “DJ Jon B’ of WUEV 91.5 FM”, “Oldies Soldiers Love Jam” Concert will feature LIVE performances by legendary recording artists Howard Hewett, The Temprees, Melissa Morgan, Tom Browne and Chilly Bill Rankin of The Mad Lads. “Oldies Soldiers Love Jam” is supported by Verdiana Brodie of LadiVee’s Entertainment, musical producer and actor Robert L. Jamison, DJ Cazel, Bobby Dee Presents and SoCal Event Video’s. We