Singer/songwriter will be performing her newly released single, "Look"
Los Angeles, CA - May 6, 2016 -- Mansion recording artist and Ambassador for NO MORE, Nina Paolicelli is set to perform her new single, "Look", at the Grand Tastings XXII event on Monday, May 16th at the Pleasantdale Château in West Orange, New Jersey. "Look" - an emotionally intense song that recounts Nina's childhood experience as a witness to domestic violence. She was a silent victim to the abuse her mother endured and hopes that her song will empower survivors and their children to speak their truth.
Grand Tastings is the premier fundraising event for Jersey Battered Women’s Service, Inc. (JBWS). Honorees at this event will be Philanthropic Honoree: The Provident Bank Foundation and Distinguished Service Honoree: James Gerace.
Last month, Nina performed at RESOLVE of Greater Rochester's 3rd Annual Resolutionary Awards Breakfast in Rochester, New York and made guest appearances on radio stations, Warm 101.3FM and 98.9FM The Buzz, as well as, a TV appearance on WHEC 10. Nina was featured in an article in the Democrat and Chronicle and will be featured in the May Issue of Rochester Woman Magazine, where she speaks about the impact the abuse had on her growing up.
For more information on Nina Paolicelli, please contact AMW Group for all media related inquiries: info[a]amworldgroup.com or (310) 295-4150.
About Nina Paolicelli
Nina Rose Paolicelli known professionally as Nina Paolicelli or as "Nina P", is an American singer, songwriter and philanthropist, originally from Rochester, NY. In 2013, in the wake of an abusive relationship, Nina’s mother moved both Nina and her brother to Los Angeles, where Nina was able to pursue her dream of becoming a singer. Within two years of moving to Los Angeles, Nina released her first EP "Dream", has performed at numerous venues and, most recently, has signed a distribution deal with a label under Sony Music Entertainment.
About Jersey Battered Women's Service, Inc
Celebrating its 40th year in 2016, the mission of JBWS is the prevention of domestic violence through the protection and empowerment of the victim, the rehabilitation of family members, the advocacy for social changes to prevent family violence, and the education of the public about domestic violence and its consequences. Located in Morris County, NJ Jersey Battered Women's Service (JBWS) is a full-service domestic violence and domestic abuse prevention agency with volunteer opportunities. The services include a 24-hour hotline; counseling; safe house; transitional living; children's services; life skills education; vocational counseling; batterers' intervention; legal assistance; teen dating violence services; and professional training, education and youth prevention programs.
Official website: www.jbws.org