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Imagine Dragons Scholarships to Refugees and Immigrants

Four awards of US$2,500 will be given to first-generation refugee or immigrant students in the United States to commemorate the Grammy Award-winning pop-rock band celebrating a decade together and

Imagine Dragons Scholarships to Refugees and Immigrants

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Four awards of US$2,500 will be given to first-generation refugee or immigrant students in the United States to commemorate the Grammy Award-winning pop-rock band celebrating a decade together and the launch of two new singles: Follow You and Cutthroat.


The scholarship’s inspiration comes from Imagine Dragons’ experience performing around the world and witnessing the power of music as an international language that connects people from all backgrounds, cultures and walks of life. The Las Vegas group has gained empathy for those who come from different cultures, especially those who’ve started a new life and faced educational and financial challenges in the U.S. – Steve McLean has the full story that you can read on SamaritanMag.com

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Honey Jam founder Ebonnie Rowe (far left) with artists from the 2024 cohort.
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Honey Jam founder Ebonnie Rowe (far left) with artists from the 2024 cohort.

Concerts

Honey Jam's 2024 Showcase Will Honour Beyoncé And Sarah McLachlan

The artist development program — whose impressive alumni include Nelly Furtado, Haviah Mighty and LU KALA — is back with a new cohort of rising stars, who will take the stage on August 29 in a celebration.

Honey Jam, a major Canadian talent showcase for emerging female talent, has announced a sweet new cohort for 2024.

The program has been highlighting women musicians since 1995, providing a platform for future stars like Nelly Furtado, Haviah Mighty, Jully Black and LU KALA.

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