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  • March 13th, 2018
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‘I’ll Fly Away” Foundation Power of Music Festival & Music Conference April 26th & 27th.

On March 8th, Betsy Brumley, Chairman of the I’ll Fly Away Foundation (illflyawayfoundation.org) reached out for the legendary music and entertainment icon, Al Bell to give a statement for the press conference and press release to announce this year’s Power of Music Festival to be held in Bentonville, AR on April 26th – 29th. Mr. Bell will be an honored panelist at the festival and provided the following powerful message to the I’ll Fly Away Foundation for immediate release:

 

Al Bell said, “If you take music out of our lives we cease to exist as a human race.”

 I am honored and thankful to be blessed with the opportunity to work with Betsy Brumley and the “I’ll Fly Away Foundation” because their mission represents the essence of what I live for!

My mission is seeking ways and means to incorporate the art and science of music into human lives so as to create an “all is well”spiritual melody and a natural rhythm among people to perpetuate cultural harmony among all of the members of our community. I love this!!!

I will be standing tall, filled with passion and proudly at the Power of Music Festival and Music Conference April 26th and 27th.

If you care about this kind of thinking I humbly ask you to join us, interact with us and support us. If you take music out of our lives we cease to exist as a human race.

 Al Bell, Chairman & CEO, Al Bell Presents, LLC

 March 8, 2018

Bentonville High School Video Clip

Grammy Trustee Award recipient and record industry legend Al Bell took some time to speak to Bentonville High students in Bentonville, Arkansas Thursday, February 22, 2018. The presentation began with a musical set spun by his Goddaughter DJ Raquel which brought kids to their feet. Mr. Bell then delivered a moving and inspirational speech to students encouraging dreaming big, accomplishing goals and acquiring knowledge. Some students were even moved to tears as a result of his influential words.

March 10th Literary Arts In The Delta Festival

 

Al Bell will be appearing with Radio Host and Preservationist John Cain moderating at “An Afternoon with Al Bell” Friday, March 10th at 2:00 pm, E.E. Bass Cultural Arts Center.

The purpose of this Literary Arts in the Delta Festival is to create a regional literary destination for Greenville, Washington County and the Mississippi Delta Region that will give everyone an opportunity to experience and engage in a culturally rich free space for literature, literacy, reading, writing and published works that is highly curated and educational.  Artists will offer insights on their foray into the literary arts, share their published works through discussions, workshops, exhibits, films, television, writing and book signings.  

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