VH1 Save The Music Honors 2014 brought the fun feel of a mini music festival to the Hamptons in boho chic style. Large, bright marimekko fabrics draped cabanas while the same fabrics, in a variety of colors, spread eagle across the back lawn of an over 17,000 square feet estate. Pillows, lanterns, battery-operated white candles and the warmest and most stylish blankets you could ever find, served as accessories for the festival decor.
Yet the stylish, laid-back look of VH1 Save The Music Honors was not the end of it – performances by a middle school jazz band, Grace A. Dunn from Trenton, NJ, Republic Records recording artist James Bay and singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson graced the stage while guests danced and enjoyed an evening of music, food and charity.
Honorees for the night included Nathan A. Cohen, the music teacher from Grace A. Dunn Middle School, Singer/Songwriter/Producer Linda Perry and the Head of Global Marketing for Beats Music, Bozoma Saint John. The event also honored Charlie Walk, the Executive Vice President of Republic Records.
Not only was the decor a sight to see but VH1 Save The Music Honors 2014 raised over $325,000 for music education in public schools. Not bad for a comeback in the Hamptons!
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