Elephant Man shakes the shackles of controversy soon to celebrate with Adamari


elephantman.jpgCurrently being witch hunted by gay rights groups in Canada while on a tour that ends Friday October 5, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Elephant Man will brush all that off his shoulders to join some of the youngest folk in the US reggae music industry to call themselves veterans.

Adamari Studios, a production empire committed to the immediate and long-term reinvention of mainstream reggae, dancehall and hip hop will have the 'Energy God' and the lyrical genius of their own breakthrough artiste Richie Kupone as special guests at their night of jubilation. Recognized mainly as concert promoters, especially following the recordbreaking audience that attended their summer season Seabreeze Reggae Festival, Adamari is a bigger experience that will be celebrated at an official launch and appreciation gala on October 23. Queen Mary Grand Salon in Long Beach, California, is the venue where this rising musical empire will throw down their party.

Their partnership with the Queen Mary as the official host broker for Reggae events on the premises will also be announced at the upcoming party. The Queen Mary has been organic to progress and evolution of reggae in Southern California, over the years, serving as the only real venue that can accommodate audiences of that magnitude. "I have been Events Director at the Queen Mary for years and I have never seen a Reggae crowd this large. I said, "get me the person responsible for this..." said a confident, Queen Mary Special Events Personnel.

The invitational, red carpet gala will personify all that is reggae culture: music, cuisine, fashion and then some. Including surprise guest appearances and some of the most inventive party favors you have ever seen.