The American Radio Network, Represented, by Maurice Dwayne Smith, of knbstv Covered Sabrina Johnston, Singer, at the RLounge in Studio City August 31, 2011
Sabrina Johnston appeared Wednesday, August 31, 2011 at The Studio City club, RLounge, and sung her hits, "My Way Out" and "Peace in the Valley." Singer is best known for humanitarian efforts against the epidemic, AIDS, and for her musical collaboration with superstar and Grammy Award winning singer, Lauryn Hill's smash album, "The Misducation of Lauryn Hill."
Studio City, CA, September 01, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Sabrina Johnston, pop singer appeared at The RLounge at 11608 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, CA 91604, Wednesday August 31, 2011. Johnston has had fame from a number of hit records. In 1992, she had a hit song entitled "Peace" that reached the top 10 in the UK. The singer followed that smash hit with singles, "Friendship", "I Wanna Dance" and in 1998 released her second album, "YumYum", releasing the single "Reasons." Johnston sang as a background singer on mega hit maker, and Grammy Award Winner Lauryn Hill's, "To Zion," from the chart topping album, "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill."
Sabrina Jonston has used her singing abilities to aid in raising funds to stop the fatal epidemic, AIDS. In 1992, she worked with the Red Hot Organization's dance compilation album, entitled Red Hot+ Dance, where a remix entitled "Peace(Nu-Mix) "was released. All funds were created to assist in fighting aids.
Maurice Dwayne Smith, represented The American Radio Network at this event, through ARN's, affiliate station, knbstv. Smith airs a weekly show at The American Radio Network's Studio in Hollywood, CA.