Fashion Designer and Singer Malan Breton received an honour in London
There in the cool breeze of the London eve, on London’s West End. Were the sounds of music, a symphony of notes, a choir of friends, and the only moment in a night filled with “a million neon rainbows” that one with a heart of gold gave his voice, his love, and his heart to charity. In a socially distanced theatre, filled with London’s most fashionable. Stars from the west end, influencers, TV personalities, politicians, and the most powerful women of London town watched as one performer, a top ten talent who recently charted on iTunes France with his rendition of a famous father daughter duet from the 1960’s, was crowned the toast of Mayfair.
The name Malan Breton, one of the top fifty fashion designers in the world. If the repertoire were any indication, a mixture of Porter, Gershwin, and the songs of musicals that have shimmered over the great white way, the West end, and stages of the world.
In an evening of musical celebration organised by Live Music Box - Karlo Baker and Motown Music Legend Patrick Alan, Malan Breton an Ambassador of the arts appointed in Parliament by the Parliamentary Society of Arts, Fashion, and Sports, Malan Breton received an honour so spectacular for his charitable efforts surrounding children, and the release of his second single a duet of the classic Christmas single, “I’ll be Home for Christmas” for which he dueted with five time Billboard artist Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin. The theatre filled with emotion, was a temple of love for Breton. In a room filled with people hanging on every note…
Award received by Malan Breton on the 2/06/2021 - Art Theatre 6-7 Great Newport Street Produced by Music Box Live -
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