NEW YORK, Oct. 4, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The T.J. Martell Foundation for Cancer Research has announced
Performances by Kane Brown, Elle King, Bill Murray with Jan Vogler & Friends and Matthew Ramsey of Old Dominion have also been announced. More celebrity announcements will be made later in the week.
Red Carpet begins at 6:00 p.m. Press must confirm attendance by emailing or calling press contact listed below. Press should arrive by 5:30pm.
This year's Co-Chairs for the 42nd Annual New York Honors Gala are Joel Klaiman, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Columbia Records and Jennifer Justice, President of Corporate Development for Superfly.
Past honorees have included former President George W. Bush and former President William J. Clinton, the late Frances Williams Preston, Katie Couric, Matt Lauer, Anne Curry, Al Roker, Clive Davis, the late Arnold Palmer, Del Bryant, Scott Borchetta, Clarence Avant, Berry Gordy, Quincy Jones, Irving Azoff, Russell Simmons, Monte & Avery Lipman, the late Bruce Lundvall, John Esposito, Joel Katz, the late Ahmet Ertegun, John Amato, Bruce Bozzi, Wally Ganzi, Janice Min, Dinesh Paliwal, John Varvatos, Mitchell C. Benson, M.D., John Sykes, John Paul DeJoria, Carrie Underwood, Russell Wallach and Brett Yormark. For tickets, sponsorship or more information please go to www.honorsgalanewyork.org
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