LET'S ROCK! It's the one party not to miss at ETS-LDI! Everybody will be rockin' from 7:15-10:00pm on Saturday, October 23, 2004...directly following the ETS-LDI2004 Awards Ceremony! LET'S ROCK! is an outdoor party, free to all ETS-LDI attendees on Saturday, October 23, with live music on five outdoor stages at ET Live!

There will be a cash bar, free food, and lot's of free entertainment:

7:15-7:45pm Stage B
PapaMichael World Group
Fueled by a passion for an honest and creative jazz-fusion driven sound, Anthony Papamichael has scaled heights few musicians his age have even dreamed about. With a pair of Platinum and six Gold records, as well as four Golden Reel Awards for Technical Achievement, Papamichael's resume boasts names like Usher, Big Daddy Kane, Barry White, Kool Moe Dee and M.C. Lite. With numerous TV appearances including the Jay Leno Show, BET Backstage and more, Anthony Papamichael's music is an inspiring reflection of the man himself.

7:50-8:20pm Stage A
Nashville singer-songwriter Teresa is a six-time College Country Entertainer of the Year. She has toured the United States, Europe and Australia on her own, and opened shows for dozens of national recording artists. Her CD, Teresa, Brave New Girls (BNM Records) was produced by Adam Mitchell and Linda Ronstadt.

8:25pm-8:55pm Stage C
Special Guests
Meet world-renowned sound engineer Robert Scovill who will be mixing the EV stage.

9:00pm-9:30pm Stage D
Big Bad Zero
Big Bad Zero's "nose to the grind" work ethic caught the attention of verteran producer/engineer Michael Sak (Goo Goo Dolls, Ani DiFranco.) Big Bad Zero have had three commercial successes that have led them to 13 months of intense nationwide touring. Big Bad Zero is currently in the studio finishing up their newest Album, which will be released in the fall. Please check them out at: www.BigBadZero.com

9:35pm-10:05pm Stage F
King B. & Queen B. Snow
Val Belin (King B.) is an eminent jazz and blues musician, composer and producer whose contribution to jazz blues is enormous. Mr. King B. has risen way above his colleagues to achieve wide national acclaim and international recognition. Mr. Belin is a professional self-taught musician who started practicing music at the age of ten. Mr. Belin managed to become one of the most influential jazz and blues authorities in post-Soviet countries