ASU Alumnus Hosts Virtual Concert
Social-distancing doesn't have to include social isolation, especially when it comes to fun and entertainment in this age of virtual everything.
This is especially true for an enterprising Montgomery resident and Alabama State University alumnus who owns his own music company and has been recognized by the University for his business and social acumen and expertise.
Terrence Baldwin and some of his musically gifted friends are adding some vibes, beat and funk to the lives of many River Region residents who by choice or mandate are socially isolated due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
On the evening of March 25, at 7:30 p.m. with help from a sponsorship by The Vance Law firm, Baldwin's T. Baldwin Music LLC, TheWeekendPass.com and Gaitway Solutions has organized a 'Virtual Music Set' featuring local artists Destiny Turner, Jeremy Flyy, an ASU alumnus and ASU student That Boogie.
This virtual music set can be viewed live on the "T. Baldwin Music, LCC" FaceBook page. It will also be shared on Alabama State University's FaceBook page.
Baldwin explained that Thursday's event is designed to cheer up, inspire and entertain others while also supporting the local entertainment community during the Coronavirus/COVID-19 medical crisis.
"I think that in times like these, there is no better way to ease the minds of our world than through music," Baldwin said. "This groove will inspire our community during the social-distancing occurring during this medical emergency."
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