LOS ANGELES — Legendary French-Armenian superstar Charles Aznavour will be among the more than 100 Armenian music stars being honored on Sunday, December 13, during the star-studded “M Club Music Video Awards” and “Armenian Music Awards” show.
For the first time in Armenian entertainment history, the 7,100-seat Nokia Theatre at LA LIVE will be ground zero for the joint Armenian music and video awards show.
Resources from two US-based production companies and three international, local and Armenian television networks are being synergized to present to attendees the most fascinating nominees from various genres and categories including the most popular and most critically-acclaimed Armenian singers, musicians, albums and music videos.
Producers Sevak Petrosyan and Arthur Kokozian will be bringing the Third Annual “M Club Music Video Awards” and the 10th Annual “Armenian Music Awards” together this year to one stage at the same time.
This is a first combination of both these popular awards shows, which have previously been held at such venues as the Kodak Theatre in the heart of Hollywood and the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City. The successes from the flawless first and second M Club Music Video Awards and the decade-long networking of the Armenian Music awards is making it possible for Petrosyan and Kokozian to create the most-professional and blockbuster show ever produced in Armenian entertainment history.
In addition to Aznavour being given an award for a lifetime of achievements, daughter Seta Aznavour is scheduled to perform along with other popular acts like VISA, Element Band and Reincarnation.