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Saturday, June 13
En Vogue Bio
Since their debut, En Vogue has set the standard for female R&B/Pop groups and promise to continue that tradition into the future for a new legion. En Vogue formed in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1989. The group's hits began in 1990 with the single "Hold On," from their debut album, "Born to Sing." Their success continued through the 90's decade with "Free Your Mind," "Never Gonna Get It," "Giving Him Something He Can Feel," "Don't Let Go," and "Whatta Man" (featuring Salt N Pepa). In 2018 the hard-touring group released "Electric Café," their first new album in 14 years, which features contributions from Ne-Yo, Raphael Saadiq, and Snoop Dogg.
Petty & The Heartshakers
Tuesday, June 16
Petty & The Heartshakers, a Tom Petty Tribute bio
Tom Petty was an iconic guitarist and his rock band was pivotal in the music scene in the 1970s and 1980s. Petty & The Heartshakers, with Dan Grennes on lead vocals and guitar, recreates the Heartbreakers’ memorable music through an outstanding tribute that will make you want to sing and dance. Grennes seeks to keep Petty’s music alive and respectfully channels Petty in his own personal way.
Thursday, June 18
The Grammy-nominated Whispers have earned a solid and memorable position, celebrating over 50 years in the industry. They are one of the longest-lived R&B vocal groups and they did it with nearly all the same members. They are known for their smooth soulful ballads and remain one of the premier R&B groups. Their musical success can be attributed to a careful balance of R&B, disco, jazz and pop. Musical accomplishments include double platinum albums, 33 top10 hits and over 20 Billboard charted albums over a span of five decades.