Popup: All That
All That – Music Group from Snow Hill (USA), the now no longer secret cult band of international VIPs is still on the road to success. As already proved by many top-class appearances of the last years, the band is now starting the new year fully. All That, that’s Black Music at its best. Take a seat at your own event and enjoy the special flair the band exudes during their shows.
With James Williams, who already worked with show greats like Usher, The Temptations, K-Ci & JoJo, Smokie, Boy George, Los Reyes, Münchner Freiheit, Bananafishbones, Heino, Die Prinzen, and Right Said Fred, Collin, who already proved his talent at the age of 16 with the group Usher, Desi, who raps excellently and with Gerald LeVert, LSG, Darryl “Delite” Allanby, Janet Jackson, Busta Rhymes, R. Kelly, Dru Hill, Boyz II Men, Patti LaBelle as well as Kevin, who already produced his own CDs as Kevin K.U.H.L.E Harris, found a group that was able to convey the special of “black music” everywhere and at any time professionally to their listeners.
Not only celebrities like Franz Beckenbauer, Sepp Blatter, Prince Albert of Monaco, Tomas Gottschalk, the Beckham family, Diego Maradona, Toni Schumacher, Sven Ottke or Tom Cruise (who was waiting for an autograph) to name but a few were enthusiastic about such perfection. Also to entertain during several events at the World Cup 2006 in the VIP area of the most different stadiums and to attract the attention of radio and TV stations like ARD, ZDF, SAAR TV, DSF and RTL, that’s All That.
All That – Music Group, whose new CD is currently being produced in the studio, started its success in 2007. As already at some shows with The Weather Girls and Eric Conley with his show “Tribute to Barry White” the band could welcome more than 60.000 visitors at their concerts in 2007. Another highlight was the spontaneous live performance at the boxing match between the tsarina of boxing Natascha Ragosina and Gardy Pena. This was about nothing less than the coveted WIBA Boxing Association World Championship belt, the last owner of which was Laila Ali, the daughter of legendary boxing legend Muhammad Ali.