Chaka Khan Live Streaming Concert, Auctioning Off Personal Items To Benefit Agape’s Scholarship Fund
A woman whose voice needs no introduction, the great [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Chaka Khan[/lastfm] joined Pat & Kim this morning to talk about her upcoming charity concert and silent auction this Saturday that’s benefiting the great cause of education. Her special performance, “An Intimate Evening With Chaka Khan,” aims to raise money for the Agape’s Carl Anderson Scholarship Fund to help give students the dream of attending college.
We had a fascinating conversation with Chaka that goes into more detail about her personal life including her past personal struggles and how she turned her life around before it was too late, her family, music, charity work and her personal philosophy on life.
Chaka Khan will perform a special benefit show, “An Intimate Evening with Chaka Khan,” this Saturday, Mar. 17 in Culver City to raise money for college scholarships for Agape’s Carl Anderson Scholarship Fund. As a part of the program, she is auctioning off personal items in a silent auction at the conclusion of the show on www.agapelive.com, including:
- A private dinner with Chaka Khan at the world-renowned Mr. Chow’s Restaurant of Beverly Hills
- A burgundy Indian silk mini dress with matching overcoat designed by Rickie Cuffee, worn by Chaka Khan to the 2005 Clive Davis Grammy Pre-party
- A recorded birthday video greeting sung by Chaka; artwork created and signed by Chaka, who is also a visual artist; along with tickets to the Lakers and Clippers games and other special prizes.
“An Intimate Evening with Chaka Khan” will be live streamed over the Internet to computers and smartphones everywhere on Saturday, Mar. 17, at 8 p.m. PST for a fee of $9.99. It is the first time the R&B icon will live stream a concert. For ticket details and live streaming information, visit www.agapelive.com for more.
Listen to our complete interview from Chaka Khan below where she tells us about her dieting secrets, turning her life around after personal struggles in the past, family life, and her work with this deserving charity: