R&B Singer Kenny Lattimore at B.B. King Blues Club
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Vocalist Prentiss McNeil of The Drifters and Bruce "Big Daddy" Wayne from Wilson Pickett's Midnight Movers head up this high-energy salute to the best R&B music of the classic soul era. Get ready to groove to hits from greats like "The Godfather" and "Queen" of Soul -- James Brown and Aretha Franklin -- not to mention Motown and Stax artists galore. From Smokey Robinson and Stevie Wonder to the Jackson 5 and Sam & Dave, you'll hear the best tunes from the genre's most popular artists performed live on stage. McNeil performed for close to 30 years with doo-wop group The Drifters, who were known for classics like "Save the Last Dance for Me," "Some Kind of Wonderful," "Under the Boardwalk" and "Up on the Roof." Learn More
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Kenny Latimore was fanatastic!! It was my first time seeing him live and I was not disappointed. He made it seem like a really intimate event.
the opening act was really good as well, i've seen the band quite a few times at other venues. I look forward toseeing both again
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Kenny Latimore was absolutely amazing we attended the show and enjoyed every minute his band was great and his new music was received well by the audience.
The best song for me was and old song entitled "for you" this was my wedding song and it...continued
International R&B singer Kenny Lattimore embodies the elements of traditional R&B with a decidedly contemporary flare and feel. He has established himself as a soulful song stylist of the first order, receiving the NAACP Image Award for Best New Artist and nominations for Grammy, Soul Train, and Stellar Awards. Whether putting a distinctive stamp on classic songs recorded by such musical icons as Donny Hathaway (“I Love You More Than You’ll Ever Know”) and George Harrison (“While My Guitar Gently Weeps”), or creating his own legacy of hits such as “Never Too Busy” and the wedding ballad “For You,” Lattimore’s style combines passion, sensuality, intensity, and subtlety, making him one of today’s premier male vocalists.
Lattimore’s vocals have graced albums by such diverse musical colleagues as Musiq Soulchild, Rachelle Ferrell, Nancy Wilson, and Brian Culbertson. Known for his dramatic stage shows, vocal agility, and ability to create romantic ambiance, he has been hailed as a “modern soul man” on stage by The New York Times. Although music is his dominant muse, Lattimore has also loaned his talents to the worlds of TV, film, and theater. He has appeared on numerous television shows, including The Young and The Restless, The Parkers, and Abby; in films like The Seat Filler (2004); and in the plays Love Him is Killing Me, Heavenbound, A Change is Gonna Come, and _Whatever Happened to Black Love? _In addition, Lattimore has also extended his influence to several nonprofit organizations and has founded his own, The Kenny Lattimore Foundation, which uses mentoring, education, and the arts to transform the lives of young people.
Lattimore’s releases include his 1996 eponymous debut, _From the Soul of Man , Weekend _(2001), Things That Lovers Do (2003), and _Timeless _(2008). He’s currently hard at work on his next original recording, titled Back 2 Cool, which is slated for release on June 19th. The man that the Washington Post has declared “a new master of the new soul” remains committed to making expressive and enduring music that, above all, gives him the freedom to be himself.