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Legends of R&B Volume II

Legends of R&B Volume II

Legends of R&B Volume II

From Friday, 24 March 2017 to Saturday, 25 March 2017

Time: Friday at 20h00 and Saturday at 15h00 and 20h00
Venue: Teatro, Montecasino
Tickets: From R400 – R850
Rewards cardholders: Recieve 30% off all ticket prices for all shows if you buy 4 tickets or more for all Reward cardholder tiers

Legends of R&B Volume II – The Stylistics, The Whispers and special guest Lenny Williams

One of the world’s longest running soul vocal groups, The Whispers are celebrating over 50 years in the industry.

Known for their smooth, soulful ballads, they remain one of the world’s premier R&B groups with a musical mix of R&B, disco, jazz and pop. They have achieved 33 Top 10 hits over 3 decades and over 20 Billboard charted albums with a string of hits “In The Mood”, “And The Beat Goes On”, “Rock Steady”, “It’s a Love Thing” and “One For The Money”. Their music has been heard on movie sound tracks such as “Waiting to Exhale” and “Madea’s Family Reunion”. They also sang the title track on Jay Leno’s movie soundtrack “Collision Course”.

The Whispers five decades of accomplishments have been acknowledged by an induction into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame and presentation of the Governor’s Award by the San Francisco Chapter of the Grammy Awards.

The Stylistics were formed in Philadelphia, PA in 1966 from two groups, “The Percussions” and “The Monarchs.” When members from each group were drafted or went on to further their education, the remaining members under the guidance of their English teacher, Beverly Hamilton, joined forces and changed their name to “The Stylistics.”

Their first song, “You’re a Big Girl Now,” became a number one hit in Philadelphia and a few other cities. After the success of, “You’re a Big Girl Now,” the band wanted to follow up with an album release. Veteran hit producer, Tom Bell, was contracted and was hired to produce the group’s first album. The album was titled, “The Stylistics,” and from that album came the hits, “Stop, Look, Listen to your Heart,” “You are Everything” and “Betcha By Golly Wow.” The hits continued with the release of their second album, “Round Two” and the Stylistics forever became known as the Philly group with the sweet love songs.

The ultimate soul crooner, Lenny Williams possesses one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary music and has performed in Tower of Power (1972 – 1974) and Graham Central Station.  With his rich, passionate vocal style, he is rightfully regarded as one of R&B’s most influential soul men.  Williams began his musical career making records that have subsequently become pop and R&B classics. Tunes like the mega-hit, “Cause I Love You” and “So Very Hard To Go,” have transcended into the new millennium, influencing many of today’s newest Pop and R&B vocalists. Lenny has continued his solo career touring the US, Europe and now South Africa. He has recently shared stages with Aretha Franklin, Alicia Keys, K-Jon, Anthony Hamilton, The Whispers, Rick James, Boney James, Bobby Womack, The Ohio Players, Al Green, Usher and Frankie Beverley and Maze.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see these Legends of R&B live in an up-close and intimate setting.

Note:

All current ticket holders will have their tickets changed to the new dates with the same seats. If you have not yet collected your tickets you will automatically be issued with the new tickets when you collect. However if you have already collected your tickets you will need to go the nearest Computicket to swap your tickets to the new date. 

For any queries or if you cannot make the new dates please contact customercare1@bigconcerts.co.za