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Near the corner of Main and Stambaugh 863 Main St. Redwood City, CA 94063
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4.3 / 5 Rated by 8 members
Review from Ispeak4u
39 events 19 reviews

Kynship was great as long as they stuck to "Temptations" songs -- dancing was fabulous. Some of their other songs were so suggestive as to be gross, as was some of the dancing women did with them. They were very good at $6 for the Goldstar fee. ...continued

reviewed Jul 26 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member
4 events 2 reviews

Had a very nice evening. Good dinner & the show was fantastic!!! The person who did "Teddy Pendergast" stole the show. Only complaint was the slow service and the waiters were running around too much once the show started ... Very distracting.

reviewed Jul 26 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from dcpassa
2 events 1 review

Best time ever. A lot of fun. The food was excellent. I had the catch of the day and it was delicious. Definitely would go back. The group was very entertaining and a lot of fun to watch. They had the room rocking. Great time would do it again!

reviewed Jul 26 2013 report as inappropriate
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R&B singing group Kynship gets its name from all of the members being related as brothers, first cousins and lifelong friends since childhood. Raised in San Francisco, California the members reside all over the Bay Area from Vallejo to San Jose, where they have traveled for over 20 years each weekend to rehearse together at their recording studio. Producer G-Rock, aka George Williams, formerly a band member of the rap group MC Hammer, has managed Kynship’s souring artistic development through writing, producing and arranging their present-day flawless blend of classic soul harmonies that makes them unparalleled among other groups who attempt to perform the legendary melodies of the great “Temptations” songs of the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s.

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