Tempe Center For the Arts To Feature Old-School Hip-Hop Legends Coolio And Rob Base – Modeling RLG’s Holiday Party Theme! Trendsetters?!

Coolio performs at Rose Law Group holiday party in 2016.

By Rose Law Group Reporter Staff

Every year, Rose Law Group hosts a holiday party at Coach House in Old Town Scottsdale. Coach House has been the location of choice for the event because 20 years ago Rose Law Group Founder Jordan Rose saved the historic dive-bar from being shut down and replaced with a shopping mall.

The annual soirée is invite only for clients, and elected officials and while it started with just a few people, has grown to be a “can’t miss” kind of party.  The headliner is always of the “one hit wonder” genre and Coolio came in 2016, Rob Base in 2012. Tempe Center for the Arts is about 8 years behind the times of RLG. Now, on March 21st, the Tempe Center for the Arts will host Coolio and Rob Base in an event called “Legends of Freestyle

Maybe next they will copy cat Rose Law Group and invite other “wonders” of their past holiday parties, including, Digital Underground, Young MC, Sugar Hill Gang, Biz Markie, William Hung, Tag Team or Tone Loc next?

Check out some fun pictures of Rose Law Group’s past holiday parties:

The annual RLG holiday party happens at Coach House in Scottsdale./ Rose Law Group Reporter
Coolio performs at the 2016 RLG holiday party./Rose Law Group Reporter
Rose Law Group staff gather for a picture at the 2016 holiday party./Rose Law Group Reporter
Rose Law Group employee Allison Nathanson poses with Hip Hop star Tone Loc./Rose Law Group Reporter
Rose Law Group Co-Founder Court Rich poses with Rob Base. /Rose Law Group Reporter
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