Amidst an excited crowd full of promise and anticipation aligned with magical gold confetti and the New Year’s Eve crystal ball, rising superstar April Rose Gabrielli along with talented rocker KULICK were chosen as Times Square correspondents on the most explosive event of the year. The vibrant and vivacious April Rose Gabrielli joined the live congregation at Times Square during Wonderama’s 4 hour live virtual showcase leading up to the New Year’s Eve Crystal Ball descent welcoming a brand new year.
Hosted by the brilliant David Osmond, the 4-hour virtual extravaganza featured icons and superstars including Lanie Kazan, Bootsy Collins, Tony Orlando, Randy Edelman, Jessica Lynn, ARO Rose, Matteo Markus Bok, The Glascow Children’s Choir, Kevin Dukes, McKenzi Brooke, Reif Harrison, Sammi Rae and a host of others. April Rose Gabrielli and Kulick captured the essence of the night with their on camera interviews and their Instagram Live broadcasts.
Special thanks to Wonderama TV’s brain child and fearless leader Charles Armstrong for his many hours of diligent effort along with the Wonderama team, David Michaels, Todd Pettengill, Howard Brooks, Josh Silverman, Glenda Beasley, Lisa Rapp, Olivia Boucher, Breezy and Coco, Errol Rappaport, and World Star PR. Also, exceptional gratitude to Jamestown, the Times Square Alliance, Lisa Serbaniewicz, Sherry White, and Marino PR along with the VNYE.com App.
About April Rose Gabrelli
Signed to BMG publishing and Soho Records (a SohoJohnny enterprise), April Rose Gabrielli has had a phenomenal year. Her hit single “Do You?” charted on Billboard at number 24 and on LGBTQ charts at number 1. Her song “Tameless” (with co-writer Kulick) was chosen out of hundreds to represent the movie “Not The Science Type”, and was premiered at the Tribeca film Festival. Her edgy lyrics and crush and dedication to music has illuminated the entire planet. Aside from being a composer and lyricist she is also a classically trained pianist, receiving a standing ovation to a sold out crowd at the iconic Bitter End in New York and has appeared as a featured guest on Wonderama.
Jamestown is a global, design-focused real estate investment and management firm with a 38-year track record and mission to create places that inspire. Since its founding in 1983, Jamestown has executed transactions in excess of $35 billion. As of September 30, 2021, Jamestown has assets under management of $13.1 billion and a portfolio spanning key markets throughout the U.S., Latin America, and Europe. Jamestown employs more than 400 people worldwide with headquarters in Atlanta and Cologne, and offices in Amsterdam, Bogotá, Boston, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Milan, New York, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. Current and previous projects include One Times Square and Chelsea Market in New York, Industry City in Brooklyn, Ponce City Market in Atlanta, Ghirardelli Square in San Francisco, the Innovation and Design Building in Boston, and Groot Handelsgebouw in Rotterdam. For more information, visit www.jamestownlp.com.
Wonderama is a legacy media brand, with a 40+ year history in entertaining kids. Today, it has been reimagined and relaunched to critical acclaim. Designed to entertain, educate and engage kids and families across multiple platforms through our original content, Wonderama blends musical performances, science experiments, cooking demos, games, and much more in every episode. This creative and interactive approach makes learning truly resonate with kids, and Wonderama is certified by Stanford University and Metropolitan College of New York as Educational and Informational Programming. Wonderama has quickly expanded its platform to help serve the educational needs of elementary and middle school kids. With over 100 half hours of television and close to 500 individual video segments, Wonderama TV is syndicated across the U.S in over 100 markets, and distributed internationally. It is also available on Amazon Prime FVOD service, Tubi TV, an eponymous Music Choice Channel and through the Wonderama YouTube Channel.