James the Mormon Performs Concert to Help Young Man Battling Cancer

by | Feb. 13, 2017

Mormon Life

It's amazing how the community and James the Mormon rallied around this man as he battles incredibly difficult health issues. 

Community members jammed out with James the Mormon Saturday evening to help a young man defeat cancer.

The concert was produced to benefit Evan Moss, a former star athlete at Desert Hills High School who was recently diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer.

A production of Burke Orthodontics, St. George Kids Dental and Oral Facial Surgery Institute, the concert featured the popular rapper James the Mormon with an opening act by DJ Marcus Wing and The Vault’s Kalamity and Kaos dancers.

“We wanted to bring him to town for more than just entertainment, and we wanted to give back to the community and have it go toward a good cause,” event coordinator Jessica Bohacek said.

Lead image from St. George News

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 In his late twenties Curran began posting his videos on YouTube, and soon built a strong following on the strength of singles/videos like "Motivation" and "I Will Never Stop." In April 2016 he issued his first collection of music. Curran donated 50 percent of the profits from I'm Not a Rapper to the LDS missionary fund.

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