Norfolk, VA, March 02, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Julian Pavone, “The World’s Youngest Drummer and Inventor!”® will perform live at a benefit concert for Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters on Sunday, March 21, 2010. Doraldo Ristorante Italiano of Williamsburg, Virginia, has partnered with the hospital to host this inaugural fundraising event. Doraldo’s founder, Charlie Messina, knew his cousin Julian would also support this wonderful cause. Charlie envisioned his venue, combined with Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters cause and Julian’s participation would lead to an incredible event.
Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters leads the region as the preferred provider of quality children’s health services. Doraldo exemplifies southern Italian dining at its finest. With its "villagio" style, Doraldo makes patrons feel as if they have just entered an Italian village.
Julian is considered a musical prodigy by many. Joe Billingslea, who founded The Contours, likens Julian to a "modern Stevie Wonder" and thinks the kid has “serious soul”. He was offered a contract to be a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Drumline at age 15 months (the youngest member by 16 years). Then, at 20 months, Julian recorded a CD, “Go Baby!”, with legendary bassist Ralphe Armstrong. Since then, he has received worldwide media coverage with more than 10,000 newspaper and magazine articles published about him.
He has also appeared on more than 100 Television and News shows, including “The Oprah Winfrey Show”, “Good Morning America”, “The Maury Show”, “Martha Stewart” and many more. He has also starred in a television show pilot, “Finding Julian’s Band”®, created by Rocky Seprino and had a documentary about him produced by Korea’s Seoul Broadcasting Systems.
He invented and received a patent for “Abracadabra”® Stain Cover-up, now also making him “The World’s Youngest Inventor!”®. His Second invention, “Julian’s Drum Gloves”™ is patent pending.
He has received numerous honors and awards, including “Maury’s Most Talented Kid” of 2009 and “The 2007 Rock and Roll Lifetime Achievement Award”. He is featured in "Ripley’s Believe it or Not" and included in the Guinness Book of World Records as a performer in "The Longest Concert by Multiple Artists." He is an Honorary Goodwill Ambassador for Muscular Dystrophy Association and The Miracle League of Michigan.
Multi-award winning production company, WonderWorld Entertainment, signed the prodigy drummer to 13 television episodes. Julian will star in and co-host the show, "All You Need Is Music", with Michael J. Powell (4-time Grammy Award winning producer).
Most recently, Motown music icons, The Contours with Joe Billingslea, best known for their 1962 hit "Do You Love Me," have added Julian to their group. Julian will be singing, dancing, drumming, and touring with members, Joe Billingslea, Charles Davis, Al Chisholm, Gary Grier and Odell Jones.
For more information about Julian, visit: julianpavone.com
For more information about Doraldo’s, visit: doraldosrestaurant.com
For more information about Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters, visit: chkd.org
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