Sunday, May 17, 2009

Donnie Klang from MTV's 'Making the Band' coming

Donnie Klang, the solo artist who maneuvered his way into the spotlight on P. Diddy's MTV reality show "Making the Band 4," is slotted to hit the Back Bay Events Center located at 180 Berkley Street on Saturday, May 23 at 7 p.m.

For those not in the know, Diddy awarded Klang a solo record deal with Bad Boy Records on the MTV show’s live finale instead of offering him a slot in the group Day 26.

The 29-year-old performer, who hit the charts with the singles "Take You There" and "Dr. Love" from the 2008 album "Just a Rolling Stone," plans to perform with a crew of up-and-coming local acts including Playback, a dance crew from Everett called Phunk Phenomenon, R&B artist Sheleah Monéa, Sash Mckay and Makio from MTV.

Klang, who had an on-and-off-again "sho-mance" with former Danity Kane artist Aubrey O'Day, is currently recording his sophomore album and hitting the road after finishing up the third season of "Making the Band 4."

The Memorial Day talent showcase is sponsored by JAMN 94.5. Tickets are $20-$35. Click here for details.
--Photo courtesy Bad Boy Entertainment

2 comments:

Amanda said...

The group was Day 26, not 112.

Sam Baltrusis said...

Oops, you're right. And I watched pretty much every episode of "Making the Band 4." I have no idea where 121 came from. Thanks for pointing that out.

--Sam

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