Music, Television

Rising Superstar 14 Year Old Kylie Marshall Rocks the Let Me Help, Inc “Children of the World” 6 Hour Benefit Extravaganza Presented by FENIX360 and WOW TV

The 14 year old about to be superstar rocked the Let Me Help, Inc “Children of the World”, globally streamed Spectacular on October 1, 2022. The 6 hour concert featured iconic artists from all over the planet who donated their time in an overwhelming and successful effort to raise money for children in need. The event was presented by FENIX360 and WOW TV, produced by MD25 Entertainment and hosted by John “SohoJohnny” Pasquale, the founder of the Let Me Help, Inc non-profit.

Kylie was joined by superstars including Paul Anka, Tony Orlando, Bonfire, Leland Sklar (Toto), Stephen Perkins (Jane’s Addiction), Kenny Aronoff (Smashing Pumpkins) John Lodge (Moody Blues), Tony Moore (Iron Maiden), Alex Skolnick (Testament), Ten Years After, Jon Davidson (YES), Melba Moore, John Fusco, Kylie Marshall, Michael Shapiro, Robert Kool (Kool and the Gang), Rocky Kramer, Daisy Jopling, Will Crewdson (Adam Ant) and a vast parade of others….more than 80 in all…. from all over the planet. Also joining Kylie were tour members The Wicker Twinz, and KD da Kid, who is only 9 years old.

The Let Me Help, Inc foundation was created by host John “SohoJohnny” Pasquale shortly after his own mom died due to the Covid virus. John had the wish and the insight to raise money for those whose lives were impacted by some unfortunate circumstance through the power of music and laughter.

Special Thank You to Tony Mercedes for helping Let Me Help, Inc celebrate Kylie Marshall, KD da Kid and The Wicker Twinz.

Donate to the Let Me Help, Inc. Children of the World Benefit here:

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