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About the Artist

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TiKnown for her raspy soprano voice and intensely expressive performance style, Keyshia Cole was one of most successful R&B singer/songwriters to emerge in the 2000s. She worked her way up the industry ladder diligently yet quickly, making her major-label debut in 2004 at age 21. Born and raised on the tough streets of Oakland, Cole aspired from an early age to make music her life, so much so that she started working the angles while still a preteen, including recording with fellow Bay Area resident MC Hammer. Her singing aspirations began to take flight during the early 2000s, when she appeared on Messy Marv's "Nubian Queen" remix and the Me & Mrs. Jones soundtrack. These gigs led to a career highlighted by several Grammy nominations and platinum RIAA certifications.

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Songwriter, producer, vocalist, and instrumentalist Jon B. brought a distinctive focus

on smooth melodies to contemporary R&B. Born in Pawtucket, Rhode Island and

raised in Pasadena, California, Jon B. (short for Jonathan Buck) was the son of a

professor of music and a concert pianist. Influenced by music found in his

grandparents' record store, he began combining the spirit of '70s soul with hip-hop-

inspired productions on his 1995 debut album, Bonafide. It peaked on Billboard's R&B

Albums chart at number 24, led by the Top Ten R&B single "Someone to Love," a duet

with prime influence Babyface, and went gold. His second album, 1997's Cool Relax,

continued the emphasis on hip-hop soul and featured two of his biggest singles in

"They Don't Know" and the 2Pac-assisted "Are U Still Down." As a result, the set sold

over a million copies, thus earning it platinum certification.

Jon B.

Musiq Soulchild was among a crop of R&B artists who arrived during the 2000s with no debt to the flashy and sexually aggressive sounds that prevailed throughout the preceding decade. The Philadelphia-born Taalib Johnson grew up in a household that provided him with an education in '70s soul. Additionally inspired by the contemporary likes of D'Angelo and Lauryn Hill, he applied his musical upbringing to a love for noncommercial hip-hop and refined his romantic and affable everyman style across a string of six major- label albums, four of which went either gold or platinum in the U.S. One of steadiest singers and songwriters in his field, he earned 11 Grammy nominations evenly spread across a decade. During the 2010s, he stretched out stylistically and went independent without wavering from his soul base.

Keyshia Cole

Musiq Soulchild

Vendor and sponsorship opportunities are currently available contact info@dplive.net Food Vendors: $600 Retail Vendors: $350 Snack Vemdors: $300 Food Trucks: $700 For more information [CLICK HERE] For event rules and information [CLICK HERE]  
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2nd Annual Soulful Summer Nights Memorial Day Weekend Sunday, May 27th, 2018 at The AMP inside Craig Ranch Park 628 W Craig RD // North Las Vegas, NV Starring Musiq Soulchild Keyshia Cole Jon B. and Portrait TICKETS ON SALE NOW $69 (limited reserved seats) $45 - GA Preferred Grass (Early entry, terrace area grass, express bar access) $35 - GA Grass Available now! VIP PIT Reserved Seats - Includes reserve seat in PIT area, access to the Diamond VIP lounge, private bar and restrooms
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About the Artist

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Known for her raspy soprano voice and intensely expressive performance style, Keyshia Cole was one of most successful R&B singer/songwriters to emerge in the 2000s. She worked her way up the industry ladder diligently yet quickly, making her major-label debut in 2004 at age 21. Born and raised on the tough streets of Oakland, Cole aspired from an early age to make music her life, so much so that she started working the angles while still a preteen, including recording with fellow Bay Area resident MC Hammer. Her singing aspirations began to take flight during the early 2000s, when she appeared on Messy Marv's "Nubian Queen" remix and the Me & Mrs. Jones soundtrack. These gigs led to a career highlighted by several Grammy nominations and platinum RIAA certifications.

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Songwriter, producer, vocalist, and instrumentalist Jon B. brought a distinctive focus

on smooth melodies to contemporary R&B. Born in Pawtucket, Rhode Island and

raised in Pasadena, California, Jon B. (short for Jonathan Buck) was the son of a

professor of music and a concert pianist. Influenced by music found in his

grandparents' record store, he began combining the spirit of '70s soul with hip-hop-

inspired productions on his 1995 debut album, Bonafide. It peaked on Billboard's R&B

Albums chart at number 24, led by the Top Ten R&B single "Someone to Love," a duet

with prime influence Babyface, and went gold. His second album, 1997's Cool Relax,

continued the emphasis on hip-hop soul and featured two of his biggest singles in

"They Don't Know" and the 2Pac-assisted "Are U Still Down." As a result, the set sold

over a million copies, thus earning it platinum certification.

Jon B.

Musiq Soulchild was among a crop of R&B artists who arrived during the 2000s with no debt to the flashy and sexually aggressive sounds that prevailed throughout the preceding decade. The Philadelphia-born Taalib Johnson grew up in a household that provided him with an education in '70s soul. Additionally inspired by the contemporary likes of D'Angelo and Lauryn Hill, he applied his musical upbringing to a love for noncommercial hip-hop and refined his romantic and affable everyman style across a string of six major- label albums, four of which went either gold or platinum in the U.S. One of steadiest singers and songwriters in his field, he earned 11 Grammy nominations evenly spread across a decade. During the 2010s, he stretched out stylistically and went independent without wavering from his soul base.

Keyshia Cole

Musiq Soulchild

2nd Annual Soulful Summer Nights Memorial Day Weekend Sunday, May 27th, 2018 at The AMP inside Craig Ranch Park 628 W Craig RD // North Las Vegas, NV Starring Musiq Soulchild Keyshia Cole Jon B. and Portrait TICKETS ON SALE NOW $69 (limited reserved seats) $45 - GA Preferred Grass (early entry, terrace area grass, express bar access) $35 - GA Grass Now available VIP PIT Reserved Seats - Includes reserve seat in PIT area, access to the Diamond VIP lounge, private bar and restrooms [CLICK HERE]
BUY NOW BUY NOW
Vendor and sponsorship opportunities are currently available contact info@dplive.net Food Vendors: $600 Retail Vendors: $350 Snack Vemdors: $300 Food Trucks: $700 For more information [CLICK HERE] For rule and special instructions [CLICK HERE]