A fundraising concert is going to be a family affair as a father and daughter take turns to entertain the crowd.

Christina 'C.Dzen' Dzenyuy will be the headlining act at the A Night To Remember charity concert on Friday, May 22.

C.Dzen, who was born and raised in Hartford CT, started singing at the tender age of six and began singing professionally during high school.

Her name is pronounced "Season" and her soulful music often explores life, purpose and relationships. Her repertoire consists of vocals, acoustic guitar and keyboards.

Also performing at the concert will be C.Dzen's Bermudian father Terry V. Armstrong, a vocalist and member of The Armstrong Brothers gospel singing group, The Emancipations and the band Spice.

Mr. Armstrong currently co-manages his daughter's career as a recording artists alongside C.Dzen's mother, Kathleen Armstrong.

Stars

Other stars of the concert at St. Paul's Centennial Hall in Court Street will include Apex 4, Shine Hayward, Keith Lee, Toni Robinson, Gene Steede and Warren Williams. The Masters of Ceremony will be Leola Stovell and Keevil "The Captain" Burgess.

The concert will raise cash for medical expenses for Michelle Cox, a patient King Edward VII Memorial Hospital. Michelle, who is a mom of two and a grandmom of two, was a nurse's assistant for 25 years before succumbing to a permanent disability and having to spend two years in

hospital.

It's the second Love, Peace and Happiness concert organized by C.Dzen Entertainment.

Mr. Armstrong said last year's concert was a sell-out and he is expecting the same result at this year's show.

He said: "It's going to be a great night for a worthwhile cause.

"This year's concert will again feature a programme of family-friendly music, gospel and R&B."

Three releases

C.Dzen, who has performed across the States. has released three CDs called C.Dzen's Season, The C. Dzen of Empowerment Motivational CD and Yes We Can: The Live Album.

As well as singing, C.Dzen is also known as an entrepreneur and youth motivational speaker. She says: "With today's escalating violence surrounding our youth, it is imperative that we as a community embrace opportunities to assist our children in finding their way along life's winding road."

The concert begins at 7pm and tickets are $30. You can purchase them from Armstrong's Barber Shop on Court Street, Byrdie's Café on Parson's Road or Portraits Afrique Hair Studio on Cox's Hill.

All tickets are general admission, there is no reserved seating.

For more information or if you want to make donations online go to www.bermudabenefitconcert.zoomshare.com.