April Rooks Entertainment
Join The Love Nation!
Join The Love Nation!
Love Nation performances are created to increase in momentum and with our driving show and magnetic energy ascend to an amazing finale. The band knows the precise moments to keep the party going with the perfect tune from current dance hits and timeless classics, groovy Disco and Funk blends, and soulful ballads.
NON STOP HITS. We bring the party with three hours of amazing sets of the best hits because we love to keep you dancing. Two dance sets of the perfect blend of Today's Dance Hits and decades of Top 40 Hits.
Cocktail Hour/Dinner Set. Jazz Standards and the best in feel good, Easy Listening music adds an elegant atmosphere to you dinner.
We know you want all the bells and whistles and we want you to have an extraordinary experience. The Love Nation show is not only made with love. Our show is made with a customized list of your favorite songs, classy and fun attire, and a light show to really spice up the night. We show up and show out because you deserve it!
LN - 7 SIX PIECE LINE UP
Female Lead Vocalist
Male Lead Vocalist
Opening act for Shawn Mullins and Nashville Hit Songwriters, Teddy Gentry, Dallas Davidson, Rhett Akins and Buddy Buie of Atlanta Rhythm Section.
Performing across the U.S. and Internationally, April has graced the stages of renowned Atlanta venue, The Tabernacle and entertained alongside acts like Kenny Loggins.
Her debut album, Just A Little Country, was nominated for by Atlantacountrymusic.com for #1 Album of the year in 2005.
Featured role in BET movie, Hollywood Hearts, starring Bobby V.
A multi-talented vocalist and dancer
At age 18, she was named Miss Satilla 1996, a Miss Georgia Pageant preliminary of the Miss America Pageant system. She earned the Francis Frazier Non-Finalist Talent Award at the 1996 Miss Georgia Pageant for her vocal rendition of Mariah Carey’s “Hero.”
Previously a Dance Coach for the Georgia Tech basketball team and Georgia State University Pantherettes Dance Team.
Dwan Bosman is known as "The Show Stopper" with his Jazz/Fusion style and dynamic charisma.
He has performed at The National Black Arts Festival, The Atlanta Jazz Festival, and was recently featured in the AJC for his performances in the Atrium at Hartsfield Jackson Airport..
His late grandfather, Lloyd Smith, was a saxophonist for “The Big Bands” of Duke Ellington, Lionel Hampton, and Earl “Father” Hines. Dwan’s father, Dwight Bosman, and his uncle, Dwayne Bosman are The Legendary “Bosman Twins.”