LtoR: Dyana Williams, Tiffany Bacon, Moshay Laren, Isaac “Izzy Ike” Hamm, Lady B
The Comeback – “Philly Style” returns to Philadelphia with week long activities, many at Warmdaddy’s, however one of the major highlights will be the IM3Media.com will host its fifth annual Black Music Month showcase, The Comeback – “Philly Style” from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Please join us for an unforgettable evening of Philadelphia’s biggest and brightest stars in black music. This celebration of black music will bring the old and the new generations of singers back to their original roots. “The Comeback – “Philly Style” will continue to capture the essence, ambiance, and spirit of “feel-good music” our great city is known for.
This year’s honorees are Marsha Ambrosius, Carol Riddick, Grammy Nominated producers Michael McArthur and Jerome Hipps, Radio Personality Neicy Tribbett, The Philadelphia Delfonics, Legendary DJ Cash Money and Jean Carn.
Kenny Gamble, along with A-list urban celebrity media consultant Dyana Williams and Congressman Chaka Fattah, co-founded and crafted legislation for Black Music Month. Bill 509 was instituted as a means to give credence to the contributions of African-American music as an economic entity. Former President Jimmy Carter decreed it in June 1979.
IM3Media is playing a central role in the resurgence of Philadelphia’s soul music scene. “The Comeback – Philly Style” is a critically-acclaimed music showcase and award ceremony dedicated to preserving the legacies of Philadelphia soul music artists and its key contributors.
Year five has come so fast, all I can say is that Philadelphia has really wrapped their arms around my vision and is continually supporting what I am doing and I Thank You, said CEO Isaac M. Hamm, III
IM3Media.com is a Philadelphia-based creative event design company. Our mission is to help local artists and beyond fulfill their passion in the music industry through artist development, marketing and public relations.
“The first of its kind! This is what it’s all about — representing for the past and the future.”
— Ukee Washington, CBS3 News Philadelphia