Saadiq writes about real-life situations that no one wants to talk about but necessary for healing and you get a chance to hear him live at Paristown Hall
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — It’s exciting to see how much the entertainment circuit has grown over the years in the Bluegrass market. All types of genres, all forms of art and of course the area has some top notch venues.
Grammy Award winning R & B musician, songwriter and the man artists go to for collaborations will be in Louisville for a concert.
Raphael Saadiq will be at the Old Forester Paristown Hall on Monday, February 17th. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. and the show will begin at 8:00 p.m. with some new music off of his latest solo project, Jimmy Lee. It was released in August.
The former member of Tony! Toni! Tone! entitled the album after his late brother who died of a heroin overdose. Through music, Saadiq will take you through the journey of addiction and later loss which many times causes confusion and sadness.
Over Saadiq’s 40 year career, he has many chart-topping hits from “Something Keeps Calling”, “Good Man” to “Ask of You”. He’s produced songs for John Legend, Solange Knowles, TLC, En Vogue and the late Whitney Houston.
General admission tickets are $35.00 but if you feel like a V.I.P. experience that evening they have a premium ticket which will cost you a little more. Also, there’s a meet and greet ticket available.
Special from Sherlene Shanklin, WHAS11 Television/ABC Louisville
Singer, songwriter, actress and model Denise Matthews has died. To many you will know her as Vanity from Vanity 6. The lead singer of the R&B/funk group that made the song “Nasty Girl” a chart topping hit in 1982. It’s said that Prince coined the name “Vanity”, because after looking into a mirror she was the female version of him.
Matthews walked away from her music and acting career to concentrate her time to her faith as a Christian.
Denise “Vanity” Matthews died today at the age of 57.
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