ENJOY a night with some of soul and R&B’s favorite voices hosted by Palmer Williams of Tyler Perry’s Love Thy Neighbor.
Vocalist Dave Hollister rose to fame as a member of ‘90s smash hit vocal group Blackstreet, contributing to chart-toppers “No Diggity,” “Baby Be Mine,” and “Before I Let You Go” before embarking on a solo career in 1995. As a one-man act, Hollister has reached old and new fans with hits like “One Woman Man,” “Spend The Night,” and “Take Care Of Home.” His latest record, The MANuscript, arrived last year.
RL of the group Next broke out as a solo act with “We Can’t Be Friends,” a duet with Deborah Cox. His first album included two singles, a collaboration with Snoop Dogg, Lil’ Kim, and Battlecat, “Do You Wanna Roll,” and “Got Me a Model,” a collaboration with Jermaine Dupri and Erick Sermon.
Living legend Ann Nesby earned two Grammy awards in her time with Sounds of Blackness collective and received six nominations during her solo career. Nesby has duetted with the likes of Sting (“Demolition Man”), Al Green (“Put It On Paper”), and penned hits for Patti Labelle and Gladys Knight. The versatile performer has earned five Top 5 Dance hits over two decades and has a storied theatre career, as well.
Contemporary jazz vocalist and keyboardist Frank McComb got his start with R&B vocal group The Rude Boys and went on to tour and record with DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince. After writing with iconic songwriting duo Gamble & Huff, McComb landed a deal with Motown Records imprint MoJazz. In 1994, he collaborated with Branford Marsalis on jazz-rap fusion project Buckshot LeFonque. He released a new album, Soulmate: Another Love Story in 2016.
Saturday, June 3, 8 p.m., $35-55 via ticketfly.com, all-ages