Rrazz Entertainment/SupremeConcerts.com present

The Spinners and Harold Melvin's Blue Notes
Presented on the Mainstage

Genre: Alternative

Friday • October 25, 2013 • 8:00 PM

**CANCELLED**

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


THIS PERFORMANCE HAS BEEN CANCELLED

THE SPINNERS
"I'll Be Around"
"It's A Shame"
"Could It Be I'm Falling In Love"

It should come as no surprise that The Spinners have always made
timeless music. Their classic group sound and approach never loses
its universal appeal. Throughout the years they have acquired
12 gold records with hits on top of both Pop and R&B charts and
they are one of the few groups who can boast of four lead singers.

With hits like Working My Way Back To You, Mighty Love, Then Came
You
, I’ll Be Around, One Of A Kind (Love Affair), Games People Play,
Could It Be, and many more, the group has earned 12 gold records
with hits on top of both pop and R&B charts.
 
One of the few groups that can boast of four lead singers; today,
original members Bobbie Smith and Henry Fambrough are joined
onstage by lead singer Charlton Washington, Jessie Peck, Marvin
Taylor, and a soul-infused five-piece band.


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HAROLD MELVIN'S BLUE NOTES
"The Love I Lost"
"Bad Luck"
"If You Don't Know Me By Now"


The Blue Notes are one of the dynamic groups that came out of the
Gamble and Huff Sound of Philadelphia family. They were previously
known as Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, featuring the legendary
Teddy Pendergrass.  The original members of the group consisted of
Harold Melvin, Bernie Wilson, Larry Brown and Lloyd Parks – together
they shared the creative sounds known as The Blue Notes.

Among their credits, they recorded singles and albums that reached
gold and platinum status and includes the Grammy Award-winning
classic soul hits The Love I Lost, Bad Luck, Wake Up Everybody,
If You Don't Know Me By Now and more.

Through the inspiration of Larry Brown and mutual agreement with
Lloyd Parks, the group has added new members to the group –
including Arthur Aiken and former member of the Delfonics, Salaam
Love.  Together, they form Harold Melvin’s Blue Notes singing the
songs that you have grown to love.