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Music Superstar Kalan.FrFr Performs at Grant High!

Power 106 (KPWR-FM, 105.9, Los Angeles) announces the return of its annual and wildly popular Power 106 All-Star Basketball games with the season opener at Grant High School in Van Nuys on Thursday, September 21 at 7pm featuring a live performance by rising Hip Hop recording star, Kalan.FrFr.

“The Power 106 All-Star Basketball series is back!” stated Power106’s World Famous DJ E-Man “…our basketball charity program has showcased hundreds of stars and raised more than two-million dollars for our SoCal public schools!” E-Man continued, “this year we’re celebrating our 20th season in Power style – more stars, exciting matchups, amazing brand partners, great prizes, and even an “All Star” season closing showdown with the best players from each school!”

Otto Padron, President, and CEO of Meruelo Media added, “This is our marquee community give-back initiative that provides a seamless annual fundraising platform to our local Southern California high schools.” Otto concluded, “The Power 106 All-Stars basketball program is the recipient of ‘California’s Small Business Volunteer Program of the Year’ for outstanding California small business initiatives that provide high-impact employee volunteer programs – We could not be prouder and happier that it is back!” 

The Power 106 All-Stars basketball program was founded in 2003 by Power 106 staff members and volunteers to provide an annual entertaining and turn-key fundraising experience for local Southern California High Schools. Each school calendar year, the Power 106 All-Stars play one basketball game per week at a local high school.  The schools sell tickets to the game and keep 100% of the proceeds. The basketball games feature Power 106 DJs, celebrities, recording artists, influencers, and volunteers. Each basketball game features a live performance from an emerging hip hop artist. Past celebrity appearances and performances have included Snoop Dogg, J. Cole, Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, and Roddy Ricch.

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