Gospel Artist Tye Tribbett (Founder of Greater Anointing) at The Howard Theatre
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The last date listed for Tye Tribbett was Thursday January 3, 2013 / 8:00pm (Doors Open at 6:00pm).
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Raul Midón's brings his soulful pop-jazz sound to the Howard Theatre. Midón is known for his dazzling percussive guitar style, which often finds him playing melody, harmony and bass at the same time. He also has a soulful tenor voice, and his music offers an appealing blend of soul, jazz, pop and Latin influences. Born in New Mexico, Midón has been blind since infancy, but that hasn't stopped him from recording six critically acclaimed albums. He's performed on the Late Show with David Letterman and The Tonight Show, and recorded with music legends ranging from Herbie Hancock to Stevie Wonder. Singer and pianist AVERY*Sunshine opens the show. Learn More
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Tye Tribbett is an annointed man of God and an awesome, energetic performer. Gave us snippets of songs on upcoming project, which were great -- left me wanting to hear the whole song. He ushered the presence of the Lord in The Howard Theatre. Had a wonderful time!
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New Jersey-based gospel singer, songwriter, choir director, and multi-instrumentalist Tye Tribbett formed the ensemble Tye Tribbett & Greater Anointing, or G.A., in the late ‘90s. The group was asked to back country superstar Faith Hill on her tour in 2000, resulting in a flurry of appearances and recording work with everyone from Will Smith, Usher, and Mary Mary to Don Henley, Justin Timberlake, and Sting. Their first official recording, “Let Go, Let God” appeared on Dreamworks’ Prince of Egypt compilation in 1998. The live recordings Life and Victory Live followed in 2004 and 2006 on Columbia Records/Sony Gospel. In 2010 he released his first album without Greater Anointing, simply titled Fresh.