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article imageInterview: Nick Tangorra talks benefit concert at The Paramount Special

By Markos Papadatos     Dec 10, 2016 in Music
Huntington - Epic Records artist Nick Tangorra chatted with Digital Journal about his benefit concert at The Paramount on December 8.
On playing a co-headlining show at The Paramount, he said, "It was surreal. My return to the stage, after spending the past 7 months writing every single day and spending each moment perfecting my craft, was in front of a sold-out crowd at the Paramount. It could not have been more perfect."
He continued, "I performed a ton of new songs like 'Never Enough,' 'Dirty Habits,' and 'Secret' to name a few and of course my single 'Boo Hoo.' I also teamed up with Dragonfly Productions in which we had belly dancers on stilts, dancers with LED light wings, and an aerialist. It was my own Cirque du Soleil."
Regarding the importance of this show at The Paramount, he said, "100 percent of the proceeds went to the Cohen's Children Medical Center. I have a friend, Emma, who unfortunately was re-diagnosed, and it breaks my heart. I recently visited a bunch of the kids at the Cohen's Children Medical Center and spoke with them, their families, sang with them, and tried to distract them from their current situation. The worst thing to witness is a child in pain. I knew I had to do something to help and I don't plan on stopping here. It's my life mission to help as many people out in this world that I possibly can."
On his future plans, he said, "Work work work! Music music music! Shows shows shows! I have a great team keeping me very busy to make the greatest music and live show for my fans."
Tangorra concluded that the year 2016 was a true blessing for him. "I learned a lot and I still am. I grew not only as an artist but more importantly as a person," he said.
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