The Alzheimer's Foundation of America applauds the entertainment community's support!
The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America is proud to have the support of Sebastian Maniscalco. Sebastian’s grandfather passed away from Alzheimer’s disease and he has publically endorsed AFA programs that offer support to caregivers. Sebastian Showtime special "Aren't You Embarrassed?" was taped in Chicago. Sebastian captured the attention of award-winning actor and entertainer Vince Vaughn who selected him to be one of four featured comedians in the critically acclaimed film "Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show" that his comedy career began to explode.
Thank you Sebastian for supporting the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.
The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America is a cause near and dear to Brett. Brett’s Granny Spizz passed away in 2011 from Alzheimer’s disease. The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) is proud to have Brett as a supporter.
Brett Eldridge's single, "Mean to Me," reached number one on the Country Airplay chart. Growing up near Chicago, Brett has been a life-long Chicago Cubs fan. On Memorial Day, he sang "Take Me Out to The Ballgame" during the 7th inning stretch at Wrigley Field while the Cubs played host to the Washington Nationals.
Thank you Brett for your support of AFA.
AFA is a foundation that means the world to Victor Manuelle. His Dad Victor has Alzheimer’s and he firmly believes that individuals living with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers need the services of AFA.
Victor Manuelle, is currently tied with Marc Anthony for the most number-one singles in the Billboard Tropical Songs chart. He has become one of the best-selling salsa performers of recent years, we are proud and honored to have him as a friend of AFA.
The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America thanks Emily West for her support of AFA. Emily’s dream is to tell stories through song. After moving to Nashville at 18, she enjoyed some success in the music industry. In search of a clean slate, she packed a bag for New York City. She was looking for a do-over, an opportunity to reinvent herself. She found her home in the clubs and theatres of Manhattan where she transfixed audiences with her one-woman show. Emily made the decision to try out for America’s Got Talent. “I thought maybe if I audition in front of the world, I could save time and see where it takes me. “ It was a wise decision.
Thank you Emily for supporting the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.
The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America is proud to have the support of Tony Lucca. Tony was born on the outskirts of Detroit on the heels of Motown’s heyday, raised within the loving confines of an enormous family of musicians; his mom was the 10th of 12 kids who all sang and played. At the ripe age of 12, Tony had his first playing gig as a musician at a Jr. High School dance and by the age of 15, he parlayed his childhood rock-n-roll fantasy into a legitimate career, getting cast among an extraordinary group of newcomers on the “All New Mickey Mouse Club”, along with Justin Timberlake, Ryan Gosing and Britney Spears. He finished third on The Voice in 2012 and won a record deal in the process. Tony has made records with Adam Levine and toured with Maroon 5 and Kelly Clarkson.
AFA thanks Tony for his continued support of our programs and services.
Robby Vee, born Robert Velline is named after his father music icon Bobby Vee. The Teen Idol Bobby Vee was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's in 2012. Music has been his go to therapy for the last 3 years. He is donating profits from the single from his latest EP "Blue Moon Blues" to AFA as well as T-Shirts emblazoned with his own original painting. Robby is proud of his affiliation with AFA. You can purchase these items on Robby's website http://www.robbyvee.net/apps/webstore/
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