Colors of Christmas: Peabo Bryson & the SF Symphony
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The last date listed for Colors of Christmas was Wednesday December 18, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Excellent show! The 5 R & B legends sounded great. I was expecting only Christmas songs. They mostly did their old hits. It was so nice to hear these classics from the original artists. Peabo Bryson's voice is still like a record. They did some funny stuff with the audience. Definitely worth seeing. Enjoyed every minute of it. In fact, my wife wanted to see it again.
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The guests were spectacular. I attend this event every year just to hear them. This time I sat at premier 2nd tier thinking they'd have the wifi and snacks. They didn't this time. People kept coming in late and they were getting seated. I thought...continued
*Peabo Bryson vocals
CeCe Winans vocals
Melissa Manchester vocals
Ruben Studdard vocals
Herman Jackson conductor
First A.M.E. Oakland Mass Choir, Jeffery Williams director
San Francisco Symphony