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article imageSoul diva Divine Brown tops prostate cancer benefit show

By Lenny Stoute     Apr 12, 2011 in Entertainment
Toronto - The magazine Sway is looking to music as a way of raising awarness of prostate cancer detection programs in the community. As well, it wants to dispel the myth that it's something that doesn't start until middle age.
Canada’s foremost urban magazine Sway steps up for the community in a big way Wednesday April 13. as presenters of a concert to benefit Prostate Cancer detection.
Toronto’s Embassy Club (117 Peter St) is the location for the show featuring soul diva Divine Brown, rapper and Kardinal Offishal collaborator Silver, r’n’b powerhouse Liberty Silver, just breaking soulman Mac Graham currently enjoying radio success with the ‘Midnight ‘ single and red hot comic Trixx.
Doors open at 7 p.m. and the $20 cover includes a donation to Prostate Cancer Canada and a year’s subscription to Sway.
“Right from the outset, it has been a Sway tradition to stand behind the community on important issues both in editorial content and fundraising. We hope to bring together the community in this cause and break down the stigma associated with this disease,” said Publisher & Editorial Director Alan Vernon.
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