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Live Review: SohoJohnny Presents The Let Me Help, Inc 9/11 Fashion and Music Celebrity Benefit Gala Concert @Rumi Event Space 9/11/21

Unsung hero John “SohoJohnny” Pasquale has once again rocked the world with one of the most sparkling charity productions on the planet. The star studded, Red Carpet Let Me Help, Inc benefit was a celebration of New York City fashion week, as well as a tribute to the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Let Me Help, Inc created by SJ strives to help those shattered by tragedy by raising money through music, laughter and joy, and this time “Operation Warrior Shield”, an organization giving service dogs to veterans would benefit from the celebration.

Aside from producing this amazing benefit SohoJohnny shared the spotlight with enormous talents including Kim Sledge from Sister Sledge, Felipe Rose, the original Native American from The Village People, world renowned composer, conductor, and film music scorer Randy Edelman, Leon from Leon and the People’s, Joey Belladonna lead singer of Thrash Metal group Anthrax, up and coming superstars April Rose Gabrielli, Kulick, Michelle Shocked, and ARO, Allied Artist Music Group’s recording star Rocky Kramer, No Mansfield from Revolushn, DJ Shitty Princess, American Idol’s Manny Cabo, and many others.

Some of the major featured highlights of the show were SohoJohnny’s duet with Kim Sledge, and a heartwarming tribute to his mom who died from covid last year showcasing ARO singing a song from “Frozen 2” in her honor. Another climatic performance was that of composer Randy Edelman at the piano transporting the audience to adventures in American history. Felipe Rose performed his new smash hit single as well as the iconic YMCA, and Joey Belladonna performed the National Anthem with No Mansfield and Rocky Kramer a long side.

SohoJohnny’s presence on the Red Carpet was dazzling as he welcomed over 300 guests to the event. There is a special and profound kindness that emanates from his soul and everyone that meets him is instantly touched by it. With his child-like animation and his genuine wish to help those around him he starts each day with a grateful heart and a handful of glitter. We can never tell when our fortunes will turn or when the story will change. Sometimes we see each other through fresh eyes and there is no joy at all, we see what was concealed, we see what is true and nothing familiar remains. What does remain however is the constant goodness and humanity portrayed by SohoJohnny.

Photo Credits: Billy Hess

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