Atlanta Music Project – Chick-fil-A Impact Players

Here it is! The first commercial of the 2014 Chick-fil-A Kickoff game on ESPN, featuring the Atlanta Music Project. This is the short version. Click here for the extended version.

Atlanta Music Project Gilbert House-South Bend Orchestra shooting for ESPN and Chick-fil-A at Historic Fourth Ward Park. Photo by Anthony Alston Jr./Solidarity Films.

3 Comments
  1. Eleanor Bowden 3 years ago

    Thank you Chick-Fil-A for supporting such a worthy cause. The video is outstanding and I am so proud of Dante and Aisha, and the great teaching staffs of AMP and AMPLIFY that give so much of themselves to wake up the genius in many of the boys and girls they work with. I am equally proud of the parents that support and value this wonderful service to their children, and the children themselves for taking advantage of such a huge opportunity to expand their horizons.

  2. Reggie Jean 3 years ago

    AMP is such a valuable resource to the children of Atlanta and Atlanta it self. Congrats to Dantes Rameau and the entire staff for exposing dozens of children to music and the audacity to dream.

  3. Atiba Mbiwan 3 years ago

    Brava! Bravo! AMP and AMPLIFY deserve this “top billing” by ESPN and top support by Chic-Fil-A because they are making an impact on Atlanta’s youth that could last a lifetime. Playing impact sports is a privilege for young people for a season of their life but playing music is a point of pride for young people that can endures through all seasons, even when they become seniors. Keep the music playing and the kids staying on the path to success.

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