Nov 12

An Evening with Ginuwine & Friends

Memorial Auditorium
Memorial Auditorium
an image with a red and black background at the top a photo of Adina Howard, case, Ginuwine, and Donnell Jones is shown, below that it stays A R&B NIGHT WITH SOME LEGENDS OF THE 90's
November 12, 2022 | Saturday
8:00 PM
an image with a red and black background at the top a photo of Adina Howard, case, Ginuwine, and Donnell Jones is shown, below that it stays A R&B NIGHT WITH SOME LEGENDS OF THE 90's

Ginuwine: After spending much of 2013 focusing on his R&B supergroup TGT -- which also features Tyrese and Tank -- Ginuwine shifted his attention to his solo work with the planned 2014 release of a new album titled Old School Young -- his first solo recording since 2011's Elgin. His successful stint with TGT included the release of an album titled Three Kings, which hit No. 3 on The Billboard 200 chart, and a tour that had fans snapping  up tickets for concerts in major performing arts centers.

Ginuwine, born Elgin Baylor Lumpkin, is a native of Washington, D.C. who grew up listening to the music of Michael Jackson and Prince, which inspired him to begin performing. After he was discovered by the R&B group Jodici in 1996, he was signed by Epic Records and released his debut album, titled Ginuwine... The Bachelor. It spawned the hit single "Pony," which is a good example of his influential brand of hip-hop soul. Among the other hits in Ginuwine's catalog, which inspired young stars like Ne-Yo and Chris Brown, are "Differences," "In Those Jeans," and "So Anxious."

Donell Jones: Donell Jones’ career took off in 1996 with his album My Heart, a collection of R&B gems that helped establish his reputation as a moody, soulful crooner. His cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Knocks Me Off My Feet” became a huge hit and showcased his spectacular singing voice. His live concerts bring his background in gospel music to the stage and ticket holders get the chance to hear Jones belt out some of his most popular numbers, like “U Know What’s Up” and “Shorty (Got Her Eyes on Me).” His smooth moves and soulful songs get the crowd chanting along with him, and he is great at injecting energy into his concerts and owning the stage with his sharp style. Donell Jones recently embarked on a 2013 tour to promote his newest album Forever, which the endlessly talented singer wrote and produced himself. 

Case: R&B crooner Case has been enchanting fans with his silky-smooth voice and sensitive slow jams for more than two decades. From his early days singing backup for artists like Usher and Al B. Sure to his current status as an R&B heavyweight, he has consistently delivered pitch-perfect performances -- both in the studio and in concert. Whether he's singing early favorites like "Touch Me, Tease Me" or treating fans to cuts from 2014's Heaven's Door, Case's passion and charisma on stage always make for an unforgettable concert experience.

Adina Howard: Delivering a strong debut in 1995 with her edgy RIAA certified gold & platinum hit single “Freak Like Me” and album “Do You Wanna Ride?” Famed award-winning American singer, songwriter, actress, and chef, Adina Howard made a remarkable impact on the music industry and achieved worldwide stardom. Recently celebrating the 25th anniversary of Freak Like Me as well as the success of her new #1 soulful house release Mind Reader with Reel People, Adina Howard continues to turn doubt into disbelief with her staying power. Adina continues to engage crowds with her unique sexy charm and fiery spirit as she travels the world entertaining the masses with her tried and true classics and new hits. 

*This event was previously scheduled for February 20 and has now been rescheduled to November 12, 2022. Previous tickets will be valid for the new date. Please email pac.info@raleighnc.gov with any questions.

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