Toronto

3rd Annual Italian Walk Of Fame

Mark it off in your calenders, September 5th/2011 the stars will come out for the 3rd Annual Italian Walk Of Fame.

I’ve been invited to perform at the Gala Awards dinner and from what I witnessed last year,

it will definitely be the place to be and become a highlight of my year.

The IWOF, co-founded by Jimi Bertucci(Abraham’s Children) and Marisa Beaco-Lang, aims to contribute to the preservation of Italian Heritage by recognizing and celebrating the acheivements of Italians locally and worldwide.

It is appropriately located on College St. in Toronto’s Little Italy, the city that is home to the largest community of Italians outside of Italy. Stars are placed permanently in the sidewalk and unveiled during a red carpet ceremony followed by a gala awards dinner.

Previous inductees include:

2009-Connie Francis, Giancarlo Giannini, Johnny Lombardi, Julian Fantino, Phil Esposito and Rudolph Bratty.

2010-Armand Assante, Enrico Colantoni, Dean Martin, Frank Mancuso Jr. and Frank Iacobucci.

Come and celebrate the stars at this year’s Italian Walk of Fame, you won’t be disappointed.

For more information check out www.italianwalkoffame.com

Micheal Castaldo‘s Believe, Heal & Hope concert

This past Sunday night I was treated with an opportunity to be a spectator and audience member at Micheal Castaldo‘s Believe, Heal  & Hope concert. This is something I rarely get the chance to do since my own performance schedule keeps me quite busy and often booked when fellow artists are performing. It was held at Saint Bernard Church-Toronto in support of Caritas and Sharelife. Don Gianni Carparelli, author of the new book ‘Ocean Drop – Storia Di Una Goccia’ had a poem reading by poet/author Gianna Patriarca. Father Gianni was also on hand after the show sharing delightful stories with a book signing reception. It was a wonderful evening with such a warm, touching and spiritual vibe. Hats off to all who contributed in the celebration, all for a good cause!

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