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    Steve Lobel to Host We Working Artist Showcase October 20, 2012

     
    Steve Lobel will host the “We Working Artist Showcase” on Saturday, October 20, 2012. The event doors will open at 1:00 p.m., with the Red Carpet event taking place from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. It will be held at The Key Club, located at 9039 W. Sunset Blvd. in West Hollywood. Tickets are $15 at the door. The event is being presented by Dirtyworks Productions and has a list of performers scheduled, including Young Kore, Roc Star Board, Brilliance, Squad, Slinks, and more.

    “We are going to have a lot of great performers at this event, as well as a variety of special guest appearances,” explains Steve Lobel, well-known celebrity music manager. “It’s going to be star-studded and one event that you will not want to miss.”

    Special guest appearances include Victor Ortiz, Joe Smith, Bob Hernandez, Julius Garcia, Justin Credible, Tattoo, DJ Dense, Bone Thugs ‘N Harmony, and many others. Sponsors of the event include such companies as A2Z Entertainment, Adidas, Vitamin Water, VladTV.com, 93.5 KDAY, Power 105.9 FM, and others.

    Lobel has guided many people to musical success, having worked with such artists as Fat Joe, Nipsey Hussle, Mann, Iyaz, Run DMC, Eazy E, Bone Thugs ‘N Harmony, Common, Sean Kingston, Outlawz and many more. He has also taken his motivating message on tour, speaking to high school students around the country, encouraging them to follow their dreams.

    Lobel also owns an entertainment company, A2Z Entertainment, as well as having a non-profit organization called Pathfinders. He routinely provides motivation, coaching, management and advice to those in the music industry, as well as to those who would like to enter it. Because of Lobel’s experience and eye for talent, he makes an ideal judge for such shows as “The Voice,” “X Factor,” and “American Idol,” where he can put his skills and eye for talent to use scouting for the industry.

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