Washington, D.C. - Independent recording artist Michael “MIKE-E” Ellison is set to embark on the 4th nationwide AfroFlow Tour in partnership with the American Cancer Society. The first performance will be on March 23, with an appearance at
The Ethiopian-born MIKE-E developed the musical concept AfroFlow (flowing from Africa), which recognizes the uplifting indigenous roots of Hip-hop, Soul, R & B, Blues, Rock and other forms of music. The Tour’s innovative and captivating performances have a powerful interactive component. “We don’t perform for anybody. We perform with everybody,” MIKE-E explains. Moreover, the band tailors their performances to each audience, transcending age, race, gender and ethnicity. It is not uncommon to see three generations of one family in the audience or onstage interacting with the crew.
The American Cancer Society sponsors the AfroFlow Tour to promote cancer awareness, tobacco prevention, and cessation. The AfroFlow Tour is also supported by urban clothier Pelle Pelle. “We greatly appreciate the American Cancer Society’s sponsorship and Pelle Pelle’s support,” said MIKE-E. “We’ve enjoyed the opportunity to meet and perform with wonderful people (cancer survivors, volunteers, and dedicated staff) throughout the country and we are looking forward to our 2010 AfroFlow Tour,” he added.
MIKE-E maintains recognition throughout
For more information, please visit: www.afroflow.com