Capital School District along with Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition have partnered together for the 6th year. This year come out and join us for a fun and affordable night listening to some up and coming bands/singers, CMS & DHS students and professionals perform while helping to fund DBCC's local programs.
Meet our featured performer
Royal was born on June 25th, 1990. While growing up in various cities, he now claims Elkton, MD as his home. After a stint of run-ins with the law, Royal turned his life around and dedicated it to his and first born son, Andre' Jr. and his music. Royal has recorded with multi-platinum artists such as Waka Flocka, Gucci Mane, Ryan Leslie, and Allure, just to name a few, as well as being produced by the legendary producer D Moet who has produced 17 #1 Billboard hits. In 2013, Royal opened up for Waka Flocka on the "Salute Me Or Shoot Me" tour, as well as Yo Gotti's "I AM" tour. The following year, Royal found success and sold a hit-single to Atlantic Records, a major record company. Along with his success, he has become an avid philanthropist. In 2014, he put on a benefit concert for his local Boys and Girls Club, as well as co-hosted the "Dream, Believe, Achieve" tour, alongside Kevin McCove, which efforts includes donating $100,000 back to he school districts that it goes through. In March 2015, Royal, brought on by Kevin McCove, was apart of "UDance 2015" which is an anual concert that raises money for the B+ Foundation, to help find a cure for pediatric cancer. At that very concert, they raise $1.2 million in one day, which was a record setting day. Royal's efforts did not stop there, as in October of 2015, he will be headlining a concert titled "A Concert For A Cure" which raises money to fund local breast cancer programs and spread awareness for breast cancer, sponsored by the Capital School District (Dover, DE) and Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition. As an inspiring turn-around story, an extremely talented artist, and a newfound role-model, Royal takes pride in showing the younger generation that dreams are possible, and can be achieved through hardwork, and dedication.
Jamaal “Afizhu” Wells is an artist from Perth Amboy, New Jersey. In his early teenage years, Afizhu found his passion in music, influenced by his idol, Hip-Hop icon, Jay-Z. His first mixtape ever consisted of hit songs such as "Nu-Jerz” and “Song Cry”, an emotional remix of Jay-Z’s “Song Cry”, dedicated to his beloved mother. In early 2008, Afizhu founded his own record label titled “Y.A.K Records”, an acronym for “You Already Know”. Performing in numerous states over the years, Afizhu has built a strong brand, attracting attention from Sean “Puffy” Combs’ Bad Boy Records, after releasing a highly-anticipated mixtape titled “A” boasting hit-records such as “Hey A”, “Who Do You Know "and “Calling Me”. His newfound success came to a halt after being sidelined due to legal troubles, but his faith never wavered. During his trying times, Afizhu sharpened his skills, and added different dynamics to his talents. After repaying his debt to society, he came back with several more hit records, and a newfound perspective on life, which is transparent in his music, and is hopeful that he can touch as many people as possible with his art for years to come.
A heavy metal band with Maryland roots
Bruce Ricci- Vocals
Mike Yale- Vocals
Tommy Duong -Lead Guitar
Josh Wright- Guitar
Angelo Martinez- Bass
Bill Riley- Drums
Larrin Webster,28 of Elkton,Md, also known as H3LP has an all but perfect upbringing. The son of a former NFL star experienced a life of drugs and violence beginning in his early teenage years. Despite the lack of stability and family structure Larrin was on the path to become an athletic superstar and would eventually excel with scholarships to Division 1 colleges for football. Unfortunately things took a drastic turn for the promising athlete. On June 9,2005 Larrin was shot leaving him paralyzed for about a year. Life seemed to be going on a downward spiral for Larrin as he continued to sell drugs to make a living for himself. Uncertain of his destiny, Larrin began to express his life upsets and triumphs through his music. Larrin has always had a passion for music as early as the age of 13. This was now his chance to be heard through the lyrical talent of his raps and singing. After 12 long years of making bad choices Larrin changed his life. In late 2013 Larrin accepted The Lord Jesus Christ as his personal savior. With a clean slate Larrin began to translate his musical talent from a Christian perspective using this platform to win souls of his hearers to Christ. As a father of two daughters and now newlywed Larrin continues to inspire others with his testimony. As a deacon of his church, Larrin is now the voice of his community. He continues his outreach as a motivational speaker at local schools,and serves as a mentor to the youth in his community. Larrin has also been a part of various events such as Hope rallies, local benefit concerts, Unity in the Community, street meetings and brotherhood assemblies. Larrin continues his pursuit of God by showing others that they don't have to take the same route as he did.