From Stage to Solution: Joe Sparrow and Jennalyn’s Performances at STOMP! Fentanyl Weekend Series

In the heart of a powerful movement aimed at combating the fentanyl crisis, the STOMP! Fentanyl weekend series not only united communities but also reverberated with the soul-stirring melodies of two extraordinary musical talents, Joe Sparrow and Jennalyn. As attendees poured in, eager to be part of this transformative event, they were met with more than just awareness-raising speeches and educational sessions; they were treated to an immersive musical experience that touched hearts and inspired action.

Joe Sparrow (IG: @itsjoesparrow), with his raw talent and captivating stage presence, commanded attention from the moment he strummed his first chord. His music transcended mere entertainment, serving as a poignant soundtrack to the fight against fentanyl abuse. On Friday, March 15, he graced the VIP Launch Party at Be Good Restaurant and Experience with his electrifying performance, setting the tone for the weekend ahead. Sparrow’s world premiere cover of “Drug Dealers” had the crowd mesmerized. This rendition, delivered with raw emotion and intensity, served as a poignant reminder of the harsh realities surrounding drug abuse. Sparrow’s fearless interpretation of the song sparked conversation and introspection among attendees, further amplifying the event’s message of awareness and action.

Then, on Saturday, March 16, Sparrow took the stage at the STOMP! Fentanyl Fashion Show, delivering a set that captivated the audience and left them yearning for more. From soulful ballads to energizing anthems, Sparrow’s versatility as an artist shone through, leaving an indelible mark on all who were fortunate enough to witness his performance.

Jennalyn (IG: @jennalynponraj), equally mesmerizing with her enchanting voice, took to the stage on Friday night alongside Sparrow, setting the ambiance for the event with her soul-stirring ballads. Backed by her band, Jennalyn delivered a set that was both powerful and intimate, offering solace and encouragement in the face of adversity. Her performance resonated deeply with listeners, igniting a spark of inspiration in the hearts of all who listened.

In an exclusive Q&A, Jennalyn shared her thoughts on being part of such a meaningful event. “It’s truly an honor to be asked to perform at the STOMP! Fentanyl event,” she expressed. “This cause is incredibly close to my heart. I’ve witnessed firsthand the devastating effects of addiction, as one of my childhood best friends has struggled with it on and off.” Her candid reflection sheds light on the personal connections that drive artists like Jennalyn to use their platform for positive change.

She also shed light on the inspiration behind her latest single, “Under Your Skin,” which she described as holding a special place in her heart. “I wrote it for a horror film I was involved in over the summer,” she explained. “I’m thrilled to be performing it live for the first time at this event!” Her willingness to share her creative process adds depth to her performance, illustrating the power of music to transcend mediums and connect with audiences on a profound level.

As the echoes of their music fade into the night, Joe Sparrow and Jennalyn leave behind an indelible legacy of resilience and unity—a testament to the transformative power of art in the fight for a brighter tomorrow. Their performances served as a reminder that amidst the darkness of the fentanyl crisis, there remains a glimmer of hope—a melody waiting to be heard, a song waiting to be sung. And with each note, they inspire us all to join in the chorus of change.

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Stirring Up Awareness: The SuitcaseBarman’s Impactful Role at STOMP! Fentanyl Weekend Series

In the realm of mixology, where craft meets showmanship, one name stands out: Mikey D’Amato, also known as The SuitcaseBarman (IG: @the_suitecasebarman/Tik Tok: @the_suitecase). With over a decade of experience in the craft bartending scene, D’Amato is renowned for his ability to turn an ordinary drink into an extraordinary experience. Recently, he brought his flair and expertise to the forefront at the STOMP! Fentanyl weekend series, leaving a lasting impression on all who attended.

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In an exclusive Q&A session, Mikey D’Amato shared insights into his passion for mixology and his personal connection to the cause. “Years ago, I lost my brother to Fentanyl,” he revealed. “Participating in events that raise awareness is very important to me.” This deeply personal connection underscores his commitment to using his talents to make a difference in the fight against fentanyl abuse.

D’Amato’s dedication to raising awareness extends beyond his bartending events. He highlighted the various skills he incorporates into his daily lifestyle to support organizations like “To be honest, I’d love to see my brother’s mom there,” he expressed. “It would be an overwhelming experience for not only us, but others who are there for the same reason.” Through his participation, D’Amato hopes to spark conversations and empower others to stand strong in support of fentanyl awareness.

True to his promise, D’Amato brought an interactive and unforgettable experience to the guests at the STOMP! Fentanyl events. “I’ll be bringing a few fun tricks that will include small fire and smoke shows,” he teased, emphasizing his commitment to ensuring a memorable event from the beverage side of things. With every drink he served and every conversation he engaged in, D’Amato exuded passion and dedication, leaving a lasting impact on all who crossed his path.

STOMP! Fentanyl Fashion Show & Silent Auction

As the STOMP! Fentanyl weekend series came to a close, Mikey D’Amato’s presence lingered in the memories of attendees. His flair behind the bar served as a powerful reminder of the importance of raising awareness and taking action against the fentanyl crisis. Through his artistry and advocacy, D’Amato continues to make a difference, one drink and one conversation at a time.

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Join Us for our STOMP! Experience

Come join us for an unforgettable experience at our upcoming event series, STOMP! Fentanyl Fashion Show and STOMP! VIP Launch Party!

STOMP! is intended to raise awareness and funds to combat the crisis and lower death due to fentanyl poisoning while giving our guests a night to remember.

Begin your STOMP! Journey at STOMP! VIP Launch Party for an evening of entertainment, networking, and raising awareness. Sponsored by Be Good Restaurant & Experience. Get ready to indulge in an exclusive celebration featuring thrilling performances by Freedom Aerial, Jennalyn, and Joe Sparrow. Sip on signature cocktails, mocktails, and non-alcoholic concoctions while mingling in our VIP lounge while enjoying flair bartending by Mikey D’Amato.

Next stop, the main event, STOMP! Fentanyl Fashion Show!

In collaboration with Todd Herschberg, the Founder of OCEAN, Orange County’s premier networking group, and Rogue Collective, we’re creating an evening that seamlessly blends fashion and philanthropy. This event isn’t just about style; it’s about making a real difference in the fight against fentanyl poisoning. Showcasing skilled models, designers, and hair & makeup artists hailing from across Southern California. With collections by renowned brands like Active Pear, David Swimwear, Otaon, and emerging talents, this event promises to be extraordinary. Expect to be captivated by the runway presence of film and fashion icons. And don’t forget to stay mesmerized by the flair bartending talents of TikTok sensation, Mikey D’Amato. With sponsors such as Lazy Dog, SenderOne, popl, John’s Incredible Pizza, Newport Beach Charcuterie Aftershock Festival and much much more, this is a show you definitely won’t want to overlook.

Additionally, don’t miss out on our silent auction, featuring artwork generously donated by various artists, along with an array of products and experiences. The auction will be set up in a predominant area at Rogue Collective so that our guests can look before and during the fashion show. It’s a perfect opportunity to support the cause while acquiring something special for yourself.

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Be part of the experience whether you attend one or both and purchase tickets here!

Multimedia Successes of 2023

President Janice Celeste Addresses Escalating Fentanyl Crisis on Fox 5 News

In a Fox 5 News interview, anchors Maria Arcega-Dunn and Andrew Luria discussed the escalating fentanyl crisis in San Diego County. Fentanyl-related deaths tripled from 143 to 779 between 2019 and 2021. We aim to combat this crisis through education and policy changes. Janice highlights the urgency, citing 100 daily deaths in California alone which has increased to 117. 

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Celeste emphasized the dangers of illicit fentanyl, produced by cartels, leading to unintended overdoses. Proposing a ballot initiative for longer prison sentences, we aim to hold drug dealers accountable. The interview underscores the need for public awareness and vigilance in obtaining medications safely.

NBC 4 News Conference with Conan Nolan: Janice Celeste Calls for Stricter Penalties in California

In an NBC 4 News Conference, Janice Celeste, discussed the fentanyl crisis with Conan Nolan. Celeste, emphasized our organization’s role in providing education, advocacy, and policy changes for fentanyl-affected individuals. Addressing legislative concerns, she argued for stiffer penalties for drug dealers due to the alarming rise in fentanyl-related deaths, refuting comparisons to the War on Drugs.

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Celeste expressed dissatisfaction with a failed bill and urged a multifaceted approach, including penalties and harm reduction. She disagreed with the state’s focus on harm reduction alone and shared plans to initiate a ballot measure in 2024, seeking public support for stricter penalties and emphasizing the need for funding.

Lolita Lopez of NBC 4 Takes On Fentanyl Crisis

NBC 4’s Lolita Lopez reported on frustrated advocates and parents addressing California’s fentanyl crisis independently, criticizing the perceived inaction at the state capitol. Matt Capelouto, who lost his daughter to fentanyl, passionately advocates for stronger laws against fentanyl distribution. State Senate Bill 44 (Alexander’s Law) aimed at stricter penalties for fentanyl-related crimes recently failed in a state senate committee.

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Janice M. Celeste went over their plans regarding the ballot initiative which includes conducting a phone poll with 800 California voters. They sought opinions on fentanyl legislation, from education to harsher penalties. The organization hopes to gather 650,000 signatures for a ballot initiative during the upcoming presidential election.

Fentanyl Crisis Escalates on OAN TV

The interview on One America News discussed a disturbing case in San Francisco where a convicted sex offender, Joseph Adam Moore, advertises free drugs near a Catholic school. He distributes free fentanyl for new users outside a school. Janice M. Celeste expressed outrage, citing the need for police action and highlighting the fentanyl crisis affecting children. The conversation also touched on the importance of awareness and involvement to combat the issue.

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NewsMax Exclusive with Janice Celeste and Jenny Taer Unveils Alarming Trends and Urgent Calls for Border Security

Janice M. Celeste, and Jenny Taer, a US investigative reporter from the Daily Caller, discussed the fentanyl crisis on NewsMax. Fentanyl is the leading killer of 18-45 year-olds in the US, surpassing COVID, accidents, suicide, and cancer. Janice emphasized the cartel’s use of Americans to smuggle drugs and the need for better border security, technology, and detection methods.

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Only 10% of drugs are intercepted, with many entering through the mail. Jenny noted that despite increased fentanyl seizures, deaths persist nationwide. Janice warned of the introduction of xylazine, a dangerous drug mixed with fentanyl, posing a greater threat.

Experts Tackle Fentanyl Crisis: Decriminalization, Vending Machines, and Overdose Menace

Janice M. Celeste and internist of Custom Care Medical Dr Frank Contessa joined forces on NewsMax and shared their expertise on the fentanyl crisis. Celeste noted victims often unknowingly ingest fentanyl, mistaking it for prescription drugs. Cartels prioritize profit over quality, leading to inconsistent fentanyl levels in pills. Dr. Contessa emphasized fentanyl’s potency, making traditional drug decriminalization laws inadequate.

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Concerns arose over Oregon’s drug decriminalization law, with fentanyl’s unique dangers highlighted. Janice supported Narcan vending machines to combat overdoses, and Dr. Contessa added the need for awareness, especially among children. Accountability for exposing children to fentanyl is crucial.

Wrapping up the Year

Throughout 2023,, led by Janice M. Celeste, addressed the fentanyl crisis in impactful TV appearances. In a Fox 5 News interview, Celeste urgently highlighted the crisis, citing California’s daily death toll of 117 and proposed a ballot initiative for longer prison sentences, filed in Sacramento on September 4th, 2023. At an NBC 4 News Conference with Conan Nolan, she advocated for stiffer penalties and a multifaceted approach. NBC 4’s Lolita Lopez reported on frustrated advocates, emphasizing Celeste’s plan for a ballot initiative. On One America News, Celeste expressed outrage over a San Francisco case, emphasizing the crisis’s impact on children. NewsMax discussions covered the crisis’s severity, cartel involvement, border security, and the danger of mixed drugs. Celeste consistently stressed the need for awareness, accountability, and innovative solutions in combating fentanyl’s devastating effects.

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Wake Up! Newport with our President & CEO Janice Celeste as Special Guest

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Facts on Fentanyl Forum coming Oct. 25

By Rosemary Lewallen

A 14-year-old boy took a pill which he thought was OxyContin. He purchased it off social media and it was delivered to his home. The pill actually contained Fentanyl, a cheap, highly addictive and lethal alternative. The boy died that night. This horror story is not a Halloween tale. It is how Alexander Hastings Neville died on June 23, 2020.

Please attend the “Facts on Fentanyl Forum” on Wednesday, October 25th from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at St. Irenaeus Parish Hall at 5201 Evergreen Ave., Cypress, CA 90630. Our speaker is Amy Neville, Alexander’s mother and Founder of the Alexander Neville Foundation. She will give information about the dangers of Fentanyl, and talk about how we can protect our kids, friends and associates from Fentanyl poisoning. This free forum is sponsored by St. Irenaeus’ Faith Community Nurse, Jennifer Dagarag, as part of Health Ministry. Refreshments will be offered.

We invite parents and students to come to this important forum. Fentanyl has caused the recent death of a toddler in a New York City daycare plus the sickness of two other children who were revived by Narcan after playing on a mat where Fentanyl had been placed hours earlier. This deadly substance is a threat to everyone. Learn how you can save a life. Call Nurse Jennifer if you have any questions at 714-826-0760.


Addressing the Fentanyl Crisis with Janet Nguyen

In this “The Fentanyl Solution” podcast episode, Senator Nguyen shares her personal motivation for fighting the fentanyl crisis, emphasizing the need to protect children and young adults from its dangers.


The discussion then pivots to the formidable hurdles faced in Sacramento when endeavoring to pass legislation aimed at addressing the fentanyl crisis. Within this

discourse, they delve into distinguishing between overdose cases and instances where children and teenagers unknowingly ingest fentanyl.

Furthermore, the imperative need for comprehensive legislation is explored, as well as the severe repercussions for those engaged in fentanyl trafficking.

Additionally, Senator Nguyen underscores the significance of observing Fentanyl Awareness Days on both federal and state levels. She fervently encourages parents, grandparents, and all concerned individuals to initiate conversations about fentanyl and its inherent dangers, underscoring the pivotal role of spreading awareness in safeguarding communities.

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Craft Boxing Club Partners with for “Fight Fentanyl” Fundraiser on October 7th


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Craft Boxing Club and unite for a pivotal fundraiser on October 7th, addressing the escalating fentanyl crisis in America.

CALABASAS, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, September 20, 2023 / — The alarming rise of fentanyl poisonings has spurred Craft Boxing Club, owned by George Foreman III, into action. In collaboration with, a dedicated non-profit organization focused on combating the dangers of fentanyl poisonings, the boxing gym will host


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“Fight Fentanyl” on October 7th. This event is dedicated to raising both awareness and crucial funds to address this urgent health crisis.’s mission revolves around education, awareness, and advocacy. They aim to protect individuals from the risks of fentanyl-contaminated substances and provide resources and support for those affected by the epidemic.

Fentanyl, a substance alarmingly potent, has become the leading cause of death for Americans aged 18-45. In 2022, California witnessed its highest number of fatalities due to fentanyl, with 6,095 lives tragically cut short. This equates to 117 Californians every week. On a national scale, the statistics are equally harrowing, with 250 deaths reported daily.

The threat of fentanyl isn’t isolated to those struggling with addiction. A significant number of counterfeit pills on the market are tainted with fentanyl, endangering unsuspecting individuals, including teenagers.

Janice M. Celeste, the President & CEO of, remarked, “The challenge we face is monumental, but with community engagement and support, we can turn the tide. This event symbolizes our collective effort to combat this crisis.”

The “Fight Fentanyl” event at Craft Boxing Club promises to be more than just an awareness campaign. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in workout classes, savory food, and gain essential knowledge about the perils of fentanyl.

As and Craft Boxing Club join forces to combat the fentanyl crisis, they urge the community to be a part of this vital cause. Your contribution can make a significant difference in the fight against this epidemic, helping to fund educational initiatives, advocacy efforts, and community outreach programs. – Donate Now

Event Details:
– Date: Saturday, October 7
– Time: 9 am – 1 pm
– Venue: Craft Boxing Club, 26662 Agoura Rd, Calabasas, CA 91302
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Forever Angels Dedication

To begin October Drug Awareness Month, will post a dedication video to the loved ones lost to

fentanyl poisoning, our ‘Forever Angels’ on all social media platforms. We encourage anyone who would like an angel included in this video to submit their dedication to the form below.

Submissions must be received no later than 5:00pm September 22, 2023 to be guaranteed inclusion in the video. We will do our best to process late submissions,

but any submission after the deadline may not be able to be included in the video. We will also play the video at our Fight Fentanyl event on October 7, 2023. You do not have to be in attendance at the Fight Fentanyl event to submit for the Forever Angels Dedication–although

we encourage as many of you as we can to attend. For those interested in having their Forever Angel on a banner at our fall events in addition to the video, you can make a donation in their honor and specify your desire to have them included on the banner. This banner will be present at all official Fentanyl Solution events through 2023.

Banner Dedication

Please click the link below and choose Tribute Dedication. You can put the name of your Forever Angel write “Banner Dedication”.


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Fentanyl Solution Team Joins Celebrate Irvine Festivities

Participating as members of the Greater Irvine Chamber of Commerce, the team made their presence felt at the annual Celebrate Irvine Event in June. The experience left them profoundly honored to be a part of such an extraordinary gathering.

Celebrate Irvine, orchestrated by the Greater Irvine Chamber, serves as a vital conduit for recognizing the contributions of both businesses and individuals within the expansive Irvine community. By fostering a platform like Celebrate Irvine, the Greater Irvine Chamber not only celebrates achievements but also reinforces a shared commitment to ethical corporate citizenship. It stands as a testament to the values that drive a community forward, inspiring a culture of giving back and responsible engagement within the local business landscape.

Former Mrs. New Jersey and current CEO of reminisces with Miss Irvine.