BRICK – Jonathan Stamper, a Brick Memorial High School Senior, is a finalist in the New Jersey Shout Down Drugs music competition for his song “All Day”. You can VOTE for Jonathan as many times as you would like and see him perform “All Day” BY CLICKING HERE. Just last year, Jonathan also made it to the finals of the Grammy Amplifier Artist Competition.
“Jonathan’s positive message and musical talents make us proud to have him representing Brick in the competition,” said Mayor John Ducey.
Created in 2005, New Jersey Shout Down Drugs challenges high school students to create original music and lyrics with powerful substance abuse prevention messages to allow teens to deliver the prevention message to each other through their favorite medium of music. County Finalists are chosen by peer judges to perform their original songs at the Annual Statewide Prevention Concert, held in May, at a state-of-the-art venue. First, second and third place winners are chosen by a panel of judges that night to receive music contracts worth $5,000, $3,000 and $2,000 respectively to perform their winning songs at different events throughout the state during the year. The public is invited to vote (BY CLICKING HERE) for their favorite songs by participating in two phases of online voting. Since 2010, when the online voting began, hundreds of thousands of votes have been cast.
Jonathan will perform “All Day” Live at the 12th Annual New Jersey Shout Down Drugs music concert at the Rutgers University Nicholas Music Center in New Brunswick on May 25th.
You can reserve tickets for the free event at www.ShoutDownDrugs.com or call 973-467-2100 x19.