Soulful R&B Singer Lyfe Jennings ("S.E.X.")
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The last date listed for Lyfe Jennings was Saturday November 23, 2013 / 8:00pm (Doors Open at 6:00pm).
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Syrian singer Omar Souleyman and his synth partner, keyboardist Rizan Sa'id, get the joint jumping with their innovative brand of techno-folk, based on the Middle Eastern dance music known as dabke. Once a favorite at weddings, Souleyman's influence has now spread throughout the world, after Bjork picked him to record three remixes for her acclaimed Biophilia disc. Since then, he's released his own well-received studio album, Wenu Wenu, and appeared at the Nobel Peace Prize concert in Norway, not to mention major music festivals in Denmark, the UK and even at Tennessee's famed Bonnaroo. Learn More
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The Howard Theater is a very nice venue. We were there pretty early but were able to stand at the front of the line and therefore gain access to the theater first. The particular set up was more intimate like a dinner theater. The wait staff took us to our table. Our waiter, Rob, was very upfront about his table load, which is refreshing surprisingly because it gave us the opportunity to order ahead whatever we felt we would need for the night and not be frustrated by the infrequency of his appearances. The DJ wasn't too bad. Lyfe was AMAZING and the crowd was cool too. I went on a date and we were sat at a 6 person table but luckily the other individuals who were sat at our table were pretty cool. We were able to interact with them as well as focus on our date. All in all, this was a very comforting and enjoyable experience. I had a great time!
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I enjoyed the Howard Theater. I was very impressed. Although I really enjoy Lyfe Jennings music and he has an amazing voice, I didn't feel he gave the audience his best. I felt he was frustrated because the audience was not a regular concert...continued