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Leslie Odom Jr.
Dec 9, 2021
Dec 17, 2021
Jan 20, 2022
Mar 12, 2022
LOL Surprise Live
Apr 10, 2022
December 9, 2021
The Broadway Concerts series welcomes special guest and award winnerLeslie Odom Jr. for a night of classics old and new from The Great White Way. After making his Broadway debut aged just 17 in Rent, the acclaimed star of stage and screen has gone on to feature in Smash, The Good Wife, Grey's Anatomy and originated the role of Aaron Burr in Hamilton, for which he scooped up the 2016 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical!
December 17, 2021
Kenny G began his career in Barry White's Love Unlimited Orchestra in the 1970s, and has gone onto become the best selling instrumentalist of all time. He remains the go-to man for any smooth jazz requirements and has helped the genre shake off it's stuffy, vintage image.
January 20, 2022
Gregory Porter is one of the hottest names in jazz. The Californian native, always dapperly attired in his spitfire hat, released his latest studio album "Nat King Cole & Me" in 2017, followed by 2018's "Live At The Albert Hall" and is back on tour in 2021 bringing his melodious voice to fans across the country once more.
March 12, 2022
Gladys Knight has never been pigeonholed by her early Motown years. With her backing band The Pips she was one of the label's brightest stars in the late sixties, recording, amongst others, the original version of I Heard it through the Grapevine. She isn't nicknamed 'The Empress of Soul' for nothing. Since then, however, she's dabbled in jazz, R'n'B, and gospel, and secured her place in the annals of movie history with the theme from 1989's Bond film License to Kill.
April 10, 2022
Introducing the first-ever LOL Surprise Live tour. Titled Calling all B.Bs, this is your chance to join your favorites, including Lady Diva, Royal Bee, Neonlicious, and Sway as they take to the stage for one exciting spectacular. Expect a dazzling display of choreography, vocals, and visuals as the dolls head out on their first country-wide journey!
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