International pop star and fashion icon Aaron Paul, whose music has electrified audiences everywhere, is set to perform at noon next Sunday, February 25th, at the world-renowned Carnegie Hall theater. He’ll join DBQ Magazine and Presenting Sponsors AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), MOBI, Alibi Lounge, and Harlem Pride as a Special Guest Artist for the LOUD 100 Celebrations. Co-produced by David Bridgeforth and Nathan James, this event honors outstanding work in various fields by 100 LGBTQ people of color, including Empire TV series actor Jussie Smollett, Good Morning America host Robin Roberts, Democratic Congressional candidate James Felton Keith II, and transgender superstar Laverne Cox. Aaron will add his inimitable voice to the Celebrations, bringing his distinctive style and unmistakable flair to one of the world’s great performing-arts venues. He’ll also treat everyone to an encore at the official LOUD 100 afterparty, from 3-7 PM, in Harlem’s exquisite Alibi Lounge. Aaron will be exclusively styled by his fashion stylist, Mark De Alwis, wearing a new and exciting custom design by emerging fashion designer Emily Prozinski, from her 2018 EmulEos collection.
British-born Aaron Paul comes to Carnegie Hall as a truly accomplished entertainer and fashionista, building on a fabulous career which began when uber-producer Simon Cowell tapped him to lead Worlds Apart, a boyband which quickly rose to become a chart-busting, global sensation. Over the years, Aaron refined his craft, working in production and interior design, before re-emerging as a popular singer in his own right, defining his brand for a new generation of fans. As an out, proud artist, Aaron passionately supports the LGBTQ community, performing at countless LGBTQ clubs, events, and Prides, as well as dedicating a recent song and video, Every Life Matters, to victims of the deadly 2016 Pulse nightclub massacre, and their families.
Aaron’s road to Carnegie Hall is paved with other successes, as well. They range from collaborative projects with Roja WeatheredMan star Simon Bradshaw, and a duet with legendary Village Voice scribe Michael Musto, a Chaka Khan-licensed reboot of the classic disco song Ain’t Nobody, his role as an Us Weekly Magazine Fashion Cop, and the outrageous breakout hit Sexy Dirty Talk, to his upcoming album, Dance, which features all-new work written and performed by the artist, and produced by Simon Bradshaw, Exit 39 Productions’ Peter Tanico, and reggae music legend Paul ‘Virgo’ Bent. An exciting new autobiography of Aaron’s life in the industry, entitled I Don’t Care: Lessons In Life, Love, Music, and Boybands, is also set for release in the coming weeks. The book and album represent the next bold steps in the artist’s storied career, which enters a new era with his appearance at Carnegie Hall.
For media inquiries and interview requests, please contact Eileen Shapiro of Worldstar PR at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more about DBQ Magazine and the LOUD 100, visit www.dbqmag.com.