Fresh off his win for “Best Adult Contemporary Song” at the First Annual Hollywood Music In Media Awards (HMMA), “ICONMAN” star Greg London has been selected to co-host the third annual event at The Highlands in the Hollywood & Highland Kodak Theatre Complex on November 18, 2010.
Besides winning in his category for his hit version of Bread’s “Everything I Own” and being congratulated by actor Eric Roberts—brother of superstar Julia Roberts–the master musical impressionist dazzled the crowd at the Awards as a presenter, leading the packed house in an a capella version of “American Pie” and doing his classic impressions of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Ozzy Osbourne.
The multi-talented entertainer also charmed journalists with his wit as he walked the red carpet, conducting numerous media interviews.
London then jetted back to Reno, where his critically acclaimed show “ICONMAN” wrapped its record breaking two and a half year run in Sammy’s Showroom at Harrah’s Reno November 28.
Suffering villagers in post earthquake Haiti may never have seen London perform, but they are no doubt grateful that “ICONMAN” is now in huge demand as top cruise line entertainment. Recently, London was headlining on the Celebrity Solstice when it made a stop in Labadee, Haiti. The Greek captain asked for volunteers to help unload medical supplies, clothing and water into Haitian trucks purposed for earthquake relief.
London joined some Israelis who were on board in commandeering 25 jet skis and delivering these necessary supplies to five local villages where fishermen have had no way to get their fish to market due to devastated roads to the capital, Port-au-Prince.
Last year, the success of “ICONMAN” led to London’s being voted “Best Entertainer In Nevada” in Nevada Magazine’s 2009 Best of Nevada Readers Survey and appearing on the publication’s cover; the magazine’s 2009 cover subjects included Carlos Santana and Britney Spears. London also recently made Music Connection Magazine’s list of Hot 100 Unsigned Artists of 2009.