Jack Nicholson will join Quincy Jones to co-host the star-studded evening of “A Celebration of Carole King and Her Music” at Los Angeles’ Dolby Theatre on December 4 to benefit Paul Newman’s The Painted Turtle Camp. Additionally, legendary singer Darlene Love and Nikki Yanofsky have been added to the previously announced ensemble that includes Alicia Keys, Amy Grant, Carole King, Herb Alpert, John Legend, Katy Perry, Lani Hall and Vince Gill. Ticket sales for the evening, produced by Lou Adler and Kevin Duncan and sponsored by iHeartmedia (formerly Clear Channel) Media & Entertainment Los Angeles and iHeartRadio, are on sale at www.dolbytheatre.com.
“Jack has always been a tremendous supporter of all our events to benefit The Painted Turtle Camp, and we are happy to have him back for what is sure to be another magical evening,” said Adler. “Adding the amazing talent of Darlene and Nikki to the already spectacular lineup is sure to nicely round out the evening of legendary and contemporary superstars performing to benefit this wonderful cause.”
Following the evening of performances, a VIP after party will take place at The Ray Dolby Ballroom.
The Painted Turtle is a camp in The SeriousFun Children’s Network, which is a growing global community of innovative camps and programs founded by Paul Newman that provide life-changing support to children with serious illnesses and their families. Since opening in 2004, the Painted Turtle has provided children who suffer from chronic and life-threatening illnesses the opportunity to rediscover the ordinary joys of being a child through a year-round camp and hospital outreach programs. To date, over 22,832 children and their families have been served by over 10,281 doctors, nurses and program volunteers. No child or family pays to attend The Painted Turtle.
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