Don’t miss the Benefit Jam starring Stokley (Mint Condition), LeToya Luckett and comedian Al Johnson

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Every edition of Narski Music’s ongoing concert series in support of the Mayfield Family Foundation is stocked heartily with familiar musical voices alongside top-notch comedy and tonight’s Benefit Jam on the campus of Governors State University is no exception. R&B fans are in for a treat when Mint Condition singer and solo star Stokley takes the stage, plus pop/soul powerhouse LeToya Luckett (formerly of Destiny’s Child) and veteran stand-up/actor Al Johnson. Here are all the official details on the show, including how concertgoers can help both the organization’s ongoing local efforts and some urgent, hurricane-related needs of the American Red Cross.

Mayfield Family Foundation is raising funds to support its programs and need your support. On September 29, 2017 MFFI will be having a Benefit Jam starring Stokley (lead singer of Mint Condition), LeToya Luckett (formerly of Destiny’s Child), comedian AJ Johnson (“Friday,” “House Party,” “Player’s Club”) and other special guests. Hosted by V103’s Radio Personality Ramonski Luv and Maurice “ICE” Culpepper “on the 1’s & 2’s” at GSU Center for Performing Arts in University Park, IL 60484.  Doors open at 7 p.m. 

Mayfield Family Foundation is a 501(c) 3 Organization with a mission to lend a helping hand to low income senior citizens needing assistance to pay for their prescriptions, plus providing dance, fine arts and therapeutic services to disadvantaged youths, which are just some of the initial services offered.

MFFI has also partnered with the American Red Cross to make this a joint benefit to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Join in “choosing to make a difference in the community” in the Chicagoland area, Texas and Florida. Get your tickets, come out and show your support. The Red Cross will be present and let’s make this night of entertainment with music and comedy, plus a night of hope for those that are still struggling from those hurricanes.

-MFFI will donate $5 from each ticket sold to the American Red Cross. Also at the Benefit Jam, we will be take up a collection and raise funds for the American Red Cross.

-The American Red Cross name, emblems and copyrighted materials are used with its permission, which in no way constitutes an endorsement, express or implied, of any product, service, company, opinion or political position. The American Red Cross logo is a registered trademark owned by the American Red Cross. For more information about the American Red Cross, please visit

Stokley, LeToya Luckett and Al Johnson perform as part of the Benefit Jam at Governors State University Center for Performing Arts in University Park. For additional details, visit