Julian Pavone, ‘The World’s Youngest Drummer and Inventor,’ Now Also the World’s Youngest Entrepreneur!
MACOMB, Mich., Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ — Julian Pavone, who began to make worldwide headlines as a drummer at 20 months-old and became the world’s youngest inventor at age 4, may now be the world’s youngest entrepreneur – at age 5!
Mark Levesque, Julian’s brand manager and business partner explained, “I knew Julian’s family and have followed Julian’s successful career over the past five years. My son and I had a healthy fruit bar we thought would be a great fit for Julian. Additionally, we hoped his mother, a double board-certified M.D., would approve of and endorse the product. Because Julian receives many requests like this, we knew the bar would have to be the best one on the market. After his first taste, he wasn’t a fan, but after several adjustments and guided by his suggestions, we finally won him over.”
Julian named the product “Go-Baby Fruit Bars(TM).” They will join the other brands of Julian Pavone Enterprises, LLC. The bars are being produced by Michigan Quality Snacks, LLC (Shelby Township, MI.). Their 3,500 square foot facility will produce four flavors, Julian’s Blueberry Splash(TM), Julian’s Cherry Rush(TM), Julian’s Banana Supreme(TM) and Julian’s Dutch Apple(TM). And yes, they will hit the market with Dr. Pavone’s full endorsement.
Julian’s Go-Baby Fruit Bars have already signed their first client to an endorsement deal. Matt Brimer, a fourth year communications and dramatic arts student, is a member of the North American Strong Man Association and active strong man competitor. Matt is considered a serious contender.
This latest development is no surprise to those familiar with Julian’s career. At age 4, Julian received a patent for “Abracadabra Stain Cover-up,” also making him “The World’s Youngest Inventor.”
Many also consider Julian to be the “Tiger Woods of the Music Industry.” He plays a 22-piece custom drum set with 17 cymbals and has received worldwide media coverage with more than 8000 newspaper and magazine articles written about him. He has also appeared on more than 100 television and news shows, including “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” “Good Morning America,” “Martha Stewart,” “Inside Edition,” “Good Company,” “Japan TV,” “The Maury Show,” “FOX News Dayside,” MSNBC, WGN, and starred in a Korean Documentary.
WonderWorld Entertainment, the multi-award winning children’s television producers, recently signed the prodigy drummer to 13 episodes. Julian will star in and co-host the shows as he travels to major U.S. cities on a quest to find out about the birth and evolution of various types of music throughout the country.
He has also inspired a clothing line, a series of children’s books, and the formation of Harmonie Network, a national entertainment company. He was featured in “Ripley’s Believe it or Not and was honored at the Hard Rock Cleveland with the “The 2007 Rock and Roll Lifetime Achievement Award.” This year, he was one of the performers in the “288 Hour Assembly Line Concert” at AJs Cafe of Ferndale, helping to win a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for “The Longest Concert by Multiple Artists.”
While incredibly busy, this prodigy finds time to give back to his community, serving as an Honorary Goodwill Ambassador for both the Muscular Dystrophy Association and The Miracle League. He also continues to work on his sophomore CD with four-time Grammy Award winning producer, Michael J. Powell and attends kindergarten at University Liggett School (Class of 2022).
For more information about Go-Baby Fruit Bars, visit: gobabyfruitbars.com
For more information about Julian, visit: julianpavone.com
For more information about Harmonie Network, visit: harmonienetwork.net
For more information about Liggett, visit: uls.org
For more information about Matt Brimer, visit: harmonienetwork.com/mbrimer
SOURCE Harmonie Network