SAMMY HAGAR To Be Honored By The RECORDING ACADEMY
Sammy Hagar, Linda Perry and three-time Grammy winner Narada Michael Walden have been named as recipients of The Recording Academy Honors 2007, it was announced by the San Francisco Chapter. The Recording Academy Honors was established to celebrate outstanding individuals whose work embodies excellence and integrity and who have improved the environment for the creative community. The gala event, which will attract recording artists, key entertainment executives and community leaders, will be held Sunday, April 29, at 6 p.m. in the Grand Ballroom of the historic Westin St. Francis in San Francisco's Union Square. This annual San Francisco gala supports the Chapter's ongoing advocacy, education and professional development programs. The evening will begin with a cocktail hour and silent auction followed by dinner and the tribute presentations with celebrity presenters and performers.
Tickets for The Recording Academy Honors gala are $100 for Academy members and $150 for non-members and are available by calling the San Francisco Chapter office at 415.749.0779.
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