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Glenn Davis Doctor G To Aid In Relief For Japan


The man is on a world mission. Glenn Davis Doctor G is giving back to the world by donating proceeds from record sales attached to “All Over Again”. Helping Japan has been reported by Davis as being his top mission at the moment. In February 2011, Davis pledged to make charity donations to several foundations devoted to music education based on a portion of the sales of his World Record Mp3.

Davis, 48 years of age, is no stranger when it comes to giving back. His family hosted numerous charity and fundraiser events over the years including a dinner show with Johnny Carson at the Chateau DeVille in Framingham, Massachusetts, a fundraiser with Bob Hope and Arthur Fiedler at the Boston Pops Symphony Orchestra, a charity show at Woodland Country Club in Newton, Massachusetts with Victor Borge and other events that included Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball (I love lucy), Charlie Rich, Artie Shaw and many others. The Davis Family also hosted and sponsored private events such as ones at the Kennedy Compound in Hyannis, Massachusetts and International ones that included Jackie Gleason. Davis also played drums with Lionel Hampton at Walt Disney World in Florida during a concert which helped raise funds for Easter Seals.

For several years Davis’s Mother, Virginia, was President of the AMA, and his family donated time and monetary help to them. Davis feels by helping Japan, we help the world given the scope of the nuclear emergency taking place there. “The events in Japan will have an impact on everyone globally in terms of world business and finance, and possibly world health. Most importantly, we all must think about Japan in their time of need”, Davis said.

Davis, who owns a large arsenal of state of the art and vintage musical studio equipment, stated that a large portion of his inventory is based on electronics manufactured in Japan. “I came upon an interview that I submitted to Billboard Magazine and Rolling Stone for All Over Again and I was quoted as saying I used mostly Japanese Electronics on that album and song and it made sense to donate from it to help out”, Davis reported.

Davis also reported that he plans on giving donations to Red Cross on March 17, 2011.


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