Buffalo’s Own Kimera Lattimore Will Perform During the Variety Kids Telethon! [Video]
Kimera Lattimore, the daughter of the late Stacy Lattimore, one of the lead singers of Process and the Doo Rags, will be performing during the 54th Annual Variety Kids Telethon on Sunday, March 6th! She shares her story with Yasmin Young and get the details on the telethon! Watch now!
Join Kimera and other Buffalonians as they help raise money for the 2016 Celebrity Child - Ashton Ross Smith!
Celebrity Child 2016 Ashton SmithAshton Ross Smith is so honored to be asked to represent the 54th Annual Kids Telethon as the Celebrity Child. Ashton is 5 1/2 years old and attends Washington West School in Olean, New York, where he loves to play music and interacts with this friends. Ashy, as we call him, lives in Salamanca, New York with his mother Alisa, his father Marion, his brother and best friend Preston and older sister Danelle. Ashton has a small dog named Daisy also who he loves to play with every day.
Kimera Lattimore is the daughter of Renee Copeland and the late Stacy Lattimore, one of the lead singers of Process and the Doo Rags, a group freshly inducted into the Buffalo Music Hall Of Fame. Kimera grew up singer in her youth earning countless awards throughout high school where she attended the Buffalo Academy For Visual and performing arts and standing out in crowds of singers being known as the "little girl with the big voice". At age 18, Kimera left Buffalo to tour the country and sing in a group called 4Love, who would later be signed to one of the top gospel labels in the industry, Blacksmoke Records. While on the road, Kimera sang behind artist such as Blackstreet, Guy, Kim Burrell, William Murphy, Celine Dion and much more. Kimera is now working on a project entitled "The Kim-Era", a combination of soulful music, taboo topics and the message of the gospel all combined into a porridge, created to feed and touch the hearts of the world! Through her creative,powerful, and timeless music Kimera is determined to ensure her father's legacy lives on.