October 13, 2018 | 8:00pm – 10:00pm
It’s Our Anniversary! Celebrating 50th Anniversary of Lehman College!
Tony! Toni! Toné! crashed out of their Oakland neighborhood in 1988 with their Gold debut album Who? Which spawned the hit “Little Walter”. In 1990, to both critical and popular acclaim, their second album The Revival garnered four # 1 Billboard hits including Feels Good, Whatever You Want, The Blues and It Never Rains (In Southern California) all went Platinum. Not to mention more hits like Anniversary, Lay Your Head on My Pillow, and Slow Wine.
Sheila E is an American percussionist, singer, author, and actress and former drummer for Prince. After leaving the group in 1983, Sheila began a successful solo career, starting with her critically acclaimed debut album, The Glamorous Life. The album’s title-track single, The Glamorous Life peaked at number 7 on the Hot 100 and also topped the dance charts for two weeks in August 1984. She became a mainstream solo star in 1985 following the success of the singles, The Belle of St. Mark, Sister Fate, and A Love Bizarre with the latter becoming one of her signature songs.
Deniece Williams is an American singer–songwriter and record producer. Williams is known for hits such as Free (1976), Too Much, Too Little, Too Late (1978), Silly (1981), It’s Gonna Take a Miracle (1982), Let’s Hear It for the Boy (1984), and for her duets with Johnny Mathis.
The single Free reached No. 2 on the Black Singles chart, No. 25 on the Billboard Hot 100, and No. 1 on the British Singles chart. That’s What Friends Are For. She also shared a number-one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with pop singer Johnny Mathis in 1978 with the duet Too Much, Too Little, Too Late. In the early 1980s she scored the top twenty R&B smash hit Silly in 1981. Williams score another number-one R&B chart-topper It’s Gonna Take a Miracle, which became a Top 10 pop hit as well, reaching No. 10. Williams released the album Let’s Hear It for the Boy in 1984.
Cost: VIP $125; $85; $65; and $45
Lehman Center for the Performing Arts
250 Bedford Park Blvd West
Bronx NY 10468