Jersey Boys Stars in New Doo Wop Group, Under the Streetlamp
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One of the most powerful and intriguing voices in R&B, Keyshia Cole is a multifaceted star known for her hit records, ever-changing look and TV show The Way It Is. As she readies her next album, Point of No Return, Cole is hitting the road to give fans a chance to hear favorites like "Heaven Sent," "I Changed My Mind" and "Love," as well as her thumping new songs -- all delivered in Cole's dramatic and compelling style. Joining Cole as opening act is rising R&B singer Adrian Marcel. Learn More
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Featured review from Noreen RiosRed Velvet
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Fantastic show with 4 extremely talented funny, personable guys that perform ( sing& dance) to all the music I love and grew up with. Highly energetic, toe tapping show, hard to stay in your seat. The band was also terrific. A must see.
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This was a very exuberant show. The performers put so much energy and devotion in to the music and they really had the background steps down flat. It was almost as fun to watch them prance and dance as to listen to their wonderful voices...continued
Recommended for ages 6 and above.
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