This what my moms is dragging me to tonight lol, I’m actually amped to see this.
Soulful pop vocalist Judith Hill will take the stage Monday, December 14 at the historic El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles with one aim: Raise money to feed the hungry in Northwest Haiti.
Photos courtesy Judith Hill
Hair Stylist: Chikodi Ikegwu (My mom)
In partnership with Northwest Haiti Christian Mission and Los Angeles-based clothing lineYellow, Black & White, the Christian artist will headline the concert to benefit NWHCM’s Feeding the Thousands Fund. All proceeds from ticket sales will go toward providing hundreds of thousands of meals for the most at-risk children and families in Northwest Haiti. A sold-out event would deliver more than half a million meals to Haiti.
About Judith Hill
Born to musician parents, Judith Hill grew up in Los Angeles singing along to tapes of Aretha Franklin and Ella Fitzgerald, among others. She studied music composition at Biola University in La Mirada, California, and went on to France to sing with French pop star Michel Poinareff. After returning to the United States, she set to work on her first upcoming album, to be released soon.
In the Spring of 2009, Judith Hill’s life was changed when she was chosen to sing with Michael Jackson on his final tour. When the King of Pop passed on, she was left with the responsibility of sharing what she could of Michael’s vision. Through her touching performance of “Heal the World” and her inspiring appearance in the hit feature film “This Is It,” Judith’s gift of song and love for a legend left audiences speechless.
In the short time she spent with Michael, Judith was not only inspired by his music but also by his desire to help the hurting.