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Former radio DJ, EURweb.com publisher, Lee Bailey to serve on the “Uplifting Minds II” entertainment conference panel  Saturday, October 25, 2014 at the Celebrity Centre *Famed former radio personality Lee “The Voice” Bailey, publisher of the http://www.EURweb.com entertainment news online magazine, will serve on the judges’ panel at the Saturday, October 25 2014 “Uplifting Minds […]

Famed former radio personality Lee “The Voice” Bailey, publisher of the www.EURweb.com entertainment news online magazine, will serve on the judges’ panel at the Saturday, October 25 2014 “Uplifting Minds II” (ULMII) entertainment conference.

The conference is free and open to the public and offers an entertainment business seminar panel discussion from 1 – 3pm, and a national talent showcase competition from 3 – 5pm. Ten acts will perform and be judged in two of three categories – vocal, songwriting and dance. “Uplifting Minds II” will be held at the Celebrity Centre in Hollywood (5930 Franklin Avenue, 90028/free parking).

Bailey has served on the panel for the national conference in Los Angeles for 11 years, the event is held annually in Baltimore as well. He is also the event’s online media sponsor via EURweb.com. Lee is an Air Force veteran who, because of his voice, was asked to DJ on KPOP in Sacramento. He went on to syndicate his show of black entertainment news, as Radioscope to over 40 stations across the country. His entertainment news is now available at EURweb.com. The website started in 1997 and has an estimated 85,000 visitors week. He also has an EURweb newsletter distributed via email daily with an estimated 200,000 subscribers. His entertainment news is also available via mobile devices and on TransiTV where bus/train riders in Los Angeles, Chicago, Orlando, Milwaukee and Atlanta can see the latest black entertainment news on TV monitors.

Joining Lee Bailey on the Saturday, October 25, 2014 “Uplifting Minds II” entertainment conference’s national talent showcase competition judges panel is stage/TV actress and Jazz singer Ellia English (Dreamgirls/”Curve Your Enthusiasm,” and Disney’s “Good Luck Charlie”); Celebrity Hip-Hop veteran photographer Koi Sojer, and Gramma Funk, famed singer/songwriter whose hit single “I See You Baby” can be heard on the Nike’ Fuel Band commercial (http://youtu.be/BicFswXw2_U ).

The 15 year-old entertainment conference’s talent showcase competition will award three acts (vocal, songwriting and dance) with its blue crystal ball ULMII Award, and a list of prizes that include “free product shelf-space” from Dimensions In Music record store in downtown Baltimore; a “free public relations strategy and business management consult for a month” from Eunice Moseley, MS, M.B.A. president of Freelance Associates, a PR and business consultant firm (PRSA/ www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com/FreelanceAssociates.html); “free entertainment business consult” from entertainment business mogul Paul Gardner, II (www.TheGardnerLawGroup.com); “free music track, studio time and promotions” from five-time ULMII winner and Virgin Island producer  Marvin Davis aka V.I.P. (www.DustDemAFF.com); “free vocal coaching” from professional singer and vocal coach Nadiyah Kareem (Superstar Enter.); “free make-up application/stylist consult” from Jeneanne Collins president of Rebellious Beauty; “free commercial photo shoot” from commercial photographer Ty Moore (www.IAmSharpEye.com); “free photo shoot and road management consult” from tour manager (Anita Baker, Temptations) and professional photographer Gar Roberts (www.Garman.zenfolio.com), and “talent management consult” from talent manager Cordell Capone – Natalie Nunn, reality star on “Bad Girls Club” – (www.CordellCapone.com).

To inquire about talent slot availability call 562-424-3836, or email FreeAssocInc3@aol.com, or register at www.UpliftingMinds2.com.




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