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The Official Dallas Alumni Greek Show After Party - 3.16.13

@ House of Blues (DOWN TOWN)

2200 NORTH LAMAR ST.

DALLAS, TEXAS

$10.00 Admission Before 11pm with TicketStub
From Dallas Alumni Greek Show

10 PM-2AM

Age Requirements: 23 & Up

DJ PHIL (SIGMA) & DJ FREEZE (ALPHA) ON THE 1’S AND 2’S!

“#AllGreekEverything”

FOR VIP TABLES AND BOTTLE SERVICE

CONTACT ANTONIO EVERETTE AT 972-998-3879

FOR MORE INFORMATION

LOG ONTO #DALLASALUMNIGREEKSHOW.COM

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @DALLASALUMGREEK

FOLLOW THE EVENT ON FACEBOOK: DALLAS ALUMNI GREEK SHOW

INFO@DALLASALUMNIGREEKSHOW.COM

OR DALLASALUMNIGREEKSHOW@GMAIL.COM

Perfect Fridays Presentation…

We invite you to a lovely Christmas celebration and toy drive. Some will celebrate years of sisterhood and brotherhood. 

Some will celebrate ears of life. And some will celebrate scholastic accomplishments. 

Friday.December.21

THE WINTER SOLSTICE

 {A Classy Christmas Engagement & Toy Drive}

at

 FEDORA

 1722 Routh St.

 Dallas, TX

 (in the One Arts Plaza in the Arts District downtown)

 www.FedoraDallas.com

10pm - 2am

Hosted by 

Vincent “Young Heartbreak” Tucker (VincentTuckerRadioShow.com)

Toy Drive // Meet & Greet with the beautiful Porsha Bunch Hall

Special Live Acoustic Performance by the lovely Jurni Rayne @10PM

Sponsored by:

  •  Colbert Ball Tax Services(Jada Henderson)
  •  nOw in focus media
  •  Distinguished Looks by D'Ann
  •  J.W. Massage Therapy
  •  CSL Media Group
  •  ImpressEnt.com
  •  Fedora Northern Italian Restaurant
  • COMPLIMENTARY ENTREE OF YOUR CHOICE from Fedora Restaurant for Sagittarius Birthday Celebrants* (call for more info)
  • Mature Audience Only
  • Kitchen open till 12am
  • Dress is Chic & Fashionable
  • Complimentary admission before 10:30pm with RSVP or 11pm with Toy/Blanket/Etc
  • Sagittarians free until 11pm.
  • Valet parking available
  • VIP Tables can come with bottle, champagne, and/or full menu available

People come to gather together to enjoy in an atmosphere with like-minded individuals and escape the normalcy of mediocracy.

and where a person’s beauty is not only present in its appealing art form, but also in their minds. 

This night… will be where beauty comes together to celebrate many occasions and assist in giving back to its community by donating items to be given to those in need. 

This night… we celebrate with great people on a great night.

Also… On This Night..

The Fall 2002 Line of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Alumnae of the University of North Texas celebrate the anniversary of..

9 D.E.P.T.H.S of BLUE…

The 10-YEAR Anniversary Party

 Facebook.com/9DEPTHS

We welcome your business to be a part of this Christmas party / toy drive event. We are showing our appreciation and support for small businesses by offering complimentary promotion at the event. Contact for details.

For VIP/Tables/Group/Bottle Service Reservations/Food Orders, Call/Text 972.591.1370 or Email PerfectFridaysDallas@gmail.com

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VIDEO - Vincent “Heartbreak” Tucker & Register To Speak Out! invades Paul Quinn College

Kicking off our Register To Speak Out! College Tour, Vincent “Heartbreak” Tucker, Remon and City visit the HBCU campus of Paul Quinn College. Stay tuned to The Urban Advocate TV for the full recap!

Date Recorded: August 9, 2012
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Videography by Remon of http://TheUrbanAdvocate.com

The name “Register To Speak Out” and other variables close to this version including images/logos are property of CWC Entertainment Group, LLC and may not be used without permission. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.

2012 © The Urban Advocate / CSL Media Group / CWC Entertainment Group L.L.C.

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The 5th Annual Dallas Greek Picnic 2012 was sponsored by TheGreekSpace.com

Hosted by Vincent “Heartbreak” Tucker & R&B Singer Keith Jacobs

Date Recorded: June 2, 2012


Videography by Charles “City” Gbadebo of CSL Media Group

2012 © CSL Media Group / DallasGreekPicnic.com

(June 17, 2012) Blog: The Art of being a Host/MC #MyTwoCents

I never met a microphone that I wouldn’t speak into. I can’t help it. I love being a Host/MC. It’s a craft, an art. Anyone can stand in front of a room and talk in a microphone but a HOST/MC is one that can control the room. It takes skill and more importantly: Charisma.

For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to be an entertainer and in that I wanted to be a music/entertainment executive like Sean “Diddy” Combs, a radio personality and a Host/MC. I hate nothing more than going to an event and not seeing a good MC. You have to be engaging, your delivery needs to be on point. If you’re a comedian, you have to know when to plug in your jokes and when to keep it moving. If you’re not a comedian (like myself), rely on your natural wit and determine when you can slide comments in to get a laugh.

I remember it like it was yesterday. March 25, 2007. As one of the members of the promoter faction Metro Muzik: The Union, we were getting ready to present “Metro Muzik: The Union presents: The Music Scene Exposed Seminar – March 2007”. I had been a part of Metro Muzik: The Union for over a year and had never hosted. I always had the ambition to do it but never asked. Then as we were about to start, my mentor Kuwn-Dalini gave me a microphone and told me get the show started. JUST like that. He never told me why he did it but right on spot, he was giving me an opportunity to do what I wanted to do. I was nervous, REALLY nervous but I sucked it up, came out from behind the curtains and ran with it. I did “okay” that night. The Feedback wasn’t horrible. I knew what I had to work on and I did.

Fast Forward until today, I think it’s safe to say that I’ve become well rounded as a Host/MC. Today, I’ve been the Host of 159 events in North Texas, not just Dallas but NORTH TEXAS. It’s surreal to get paid to do something you love. Every show I host isn’t produced correctly and I thank those promoters that let me adlib and let me guide the event. I’ve been a part of some events that I had to “save”… on spot during the show. I, by no means, want that to come across as arrogant because that isn’t the intention. There are times that I’m booked by rookie promoters that think they know how they want the event to go and then I have to used my experience to help guide it the night of. The greatest Hosts/MCs can attest.

In closing I want to thank the guests that helped mold me in the Host/MC today. Salute to my mentor Kuwn-Dalini, King The MC, Comedian D. Ellis, Comedian Quenton “Q” Coleman, Donald “Cuzin Junebug” Cofer & Charles “City” Gbadebo. I studied their styles, watched how they rocked a crowd yet I still created my own lane. I feel blessed to be/have been in company with those guys.

With that said, I’ll let everyone get back to their Father’s Day. Salute to the Dads. It’s  a tough job.

-Heartbreak