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It is that time of the year again when one of the most awaited music festivals of the year is upon us. The Bounce TV Summer Music Festival is now just around the corner. Bounce TV has been the premier channel for African-Americans for quite some time now and they are bringing another mega event for the community once again. The Summer Music Festival brings together some of the best African-American talent in the country for a series of unforgettable performances.
The event is meant to be a celebration of the African-American community and how far they have come in every walk of life. It also provides the stage for them to showcase some of that talent to the rest of the world. With performances from such highly acclaimed artists like the legendary Patti LaBelle, the extraordinary Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly and the effervescent Ruben Studdard, this is going to a night that you won't soon forget. Grab your Bounce TV Summer Music Festival tickets and be a part of this fabulous event.
Patti LaBelle is one of the greatest R&B and soul singers in the history of music. Born in 1944, she got her first big break in the early 60s with her girl group, the "Blue Belles" which was later changed to 'Patti La Belle and Her Blue Belles.' The group's first album titled 'I Sold My Heart to the Junkman' reached fifteen on the U.S Billboard charts.
They enjoyed a reasonable amount of success in the subsequent years before their fifth studio album; 'Lady Marmalade' debuted at the number one spot on the U.S Billboard charts. Since then LaBelle has come out with a total of eighteen studio albums and forty seven singles. She has won two Grammy Awards, several NAACP Image Awards and one AMA Award. She has also been named among the best singers in history by the Rolling Stone Magazine.
The other act of the night, Maze featuring Frankie Beverly, has reached the top ten of the R&B charts several times over the years. Incepted in 1970 as the Raw Soul, it was the great Marvin Gaye who gave them their first big break. He decided to make the band his opening act and suggested the name Maze. Frankie Beverly was an amazing songwriter, composer and producer who assembled this talented group of artists together and with Gaye's direction, the band exploded on to the scene. They had an unprecedented amount of success in the U.S and in the U.K, selling out shows regularly.
Considered to be the next big thing in soul music, Ruben Studdard rose to international prominence when he won the second season of the American Idol. He started off by singing at a young age in local churches before moving on to recoding music. It was his first American Idol performance that put him on the map and all the subsequent episodes just confirmed to the music world what they already knew; a new R&B star had been born.
Ruben has released six studio albums, all of them using varying music styles. He has also come out with twelve singles and has won the Billboard Music Awards, the NAACP Image Awards and one Teen Choice Award. He has also appeared in several movies and TV shows, along with appearing in the revival of the famous musical 'Ain't Misbehavin'.
With such a stellar lineup ready to light up the stage, this is going to be one of the best musical festivals you will attend in a long time. To experience the genius of Patti LaBelle, along with her beautiful songs and soulful voice, is a once in a lifetime opportunity in itself. Combine that with the musical virtuosity of the Maze and the nous of the great Frankie Beverly and you have a really special event. And if these legends were not enough, you also get to see the platinum album selling artist Ruben Studdard showcasing his talents to the world.
The Bounce TV summer Music Festival this year promises to be a spectacular musical extravaganza where people of all ages and tastes can come together to watch some of the biggest names in music perform live. Book your Bounce TV Summer Music Festival and be a part of a night to remember.