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Leah Frazier is the Fashion Editor for Miss A. She is a licensed attorney and owner of Diamond Icon Image and Styling Consultants. As an image consultant, Leah sits on numerous panels lending her expertise on fashion and professionalism as well as dedicating her time and business efforts to helping individuals with their self-image. Leah contributes countless articles annually on fashion and lifestyle events in Dallas and recently appeared on Vogue.com. In addition to her obsession with writing and fashion, Leah is passionate about serving her community with non-profit organizations such as Dress for Success and through her church, Covenant Church.

Larry g(EE)’s New Year’s Eve Blowout to Benefit Dress for Success Dallas

New Year’s Eve in Dallas can be quite overwhelming as the list of parties and celebrations to attend can be at least a mile long. From formal soirees to black tie affairs,

Larry Gee (Photo Credit: larry-gee.com)

Larry Gee (Photo Credit: larry-gee.com)

New Year’s Eve in Dallas is a time to gather with friends and family, celebrate successes of the past and look excitedly towards the future. For Dallas’ top R&B Funk band Larry g(EE), 2013 was an all around stand out year; spanning from a stellar performance on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” to being named as one of Chevy Music Showcase’s artists, Larry g(EE) has had more than just local notoriety and recognition in 2013–the soulful band has created its own national presence. On December 31, 2013 at South Side Music Hall, Larry g(EE) will be headlining the “NY g(EE)”  New Year’s Eve celebration along with performances by Party Police and The Rich Girls to bring in the 2014 new year.

NY g(EE) is set to be one of the top New Year’s parties in all of Dallas as g(EE) will not only be performing some of his original tracks during the party but also covering both Motown classics and modern hits. Fresh off of performances with Grammy award-winning artist, Erykah Badu and international pop sensation Emeli Sande, g(EE) is ready to take the stage and rock Dallas straight into the new year.

NY g(EE) headliner and spokesman of "Real Men Empower Women" campaign for Dress for Success Dallas, Larry g(EE) / Photo Credit: Will Von Bolton

NY g(EE) headliner and spokesman of “Real Men Empower Women” campaign for Dress for Success Dallas, Larry g(EE) / Photo Credit: Will Von Bolton

NY g(EE) will be the most talked about New Year’s party in all of Dallas and it will be partially due to the swag and sophistication of Larry g(EE), but also because a lucky winner will walk away as the owner of a 1960’s vintage Chevy Truck, donated by North Texas Chevy. A chance to win the truck is included with each ticket purchase and raffle tickets are also being sold separately online as well as at the event with proceeds from the sale benefiting Dress for Success Dallas‘ Women’s Empowerment Program. Dress for Success Dallas is located inside the Valley View Center and is dedicated to promoting the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire and career development tools to help women thrive in work and life. As a 2013 spokesman for the “Real Men Empower Women” campaign, Dress for Success is a charity that is near and dear to g(EE)’s heart and one that will continuously gain his support throughout the duration of his career.

North Texas Chevy has donated a 1960's vintage Chevy that will be raffled away at the NY g(EE) New Year's Eve celebration. / Photo Credit: Scott Marsh

North Texas Chevy has donated a 1960’s vintage Chevy that will be raffled away at the NY g(EE) New Year’s Eve celebration. / Photo Credit: Scott Marsh

WHEN: Tuesday, December 31, 2013 8:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.

Southside Music Hall
1135 South Lamar
Dallas, TX 75215
Ph. 214-421-2021

$25.00 in advance. Please click here to purchase tickets.
$30.00 day of the event
$50.00 VIP Admission


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